Why Mulan Was So Emotional For Me

We live in a world where we are forced to play roles where made to believe is who we are. Mulan shows otherwise. Although this takes place in the times of the Ming Dynasty, it portrays the realness that takes us back, as the MeToo Movement was something I never would be a victim of.

One of the hardest things was writing the book as it made me face a lot of the traumas I was overcoming in real life, adding the occurrence at my previous job in the end, as I wanted to help others fight against the things I was in denial of when it first happened. To be loyal, brave and true is hard when everyone assumes why you are telling your story, which has made me a stronger and more selfless person as I helped many along my way. Writing q fiction based story which The Rideshare Chronicles also sets examples of what we all don’t want to believe happens as relating to fiction is much more easier than relating to real life scenarios. In the end after gaining different representation and finally having leverage not only through the record conference call I had, but a video of my previous boss coming out of my hotel room a little beat up after the commotion and the pleas for help had him walk out of the room with a broken nose from a person named nameless as they were afraid of the consequences that could of occurred after brining this up in a a company that had a reputation to get rid of problems, was brave enough to provide the video that was the evidence needed to win the case and get a settlement. In a world where no one is willing to do the right thing, I decided with the speck in the world I perceived myself to be, made a ripple to begin the fight of other’s in justifiably given the ability to fight. Proving to myself that I am truly loyal, brave, and true. Coming out a survivor of the injustice of a misguided person.