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It all began with a flashing image: a blank wall with a plate smashing against it. For more than a year, Aria Tru would see that image just before having a seizure. "I finally figured out it was my body's way of trying to break the tension that was about to happen," Tru said. Later, the Boulder-based life coach told a friend about the images. "And we laughed and we realized, you know there's probably a lot of people that need to break some tension and maybe a lot of people that want to break some plates," she said. And so, Women Breaking Plates was born.
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Women's Movement Breaks Plates And Limits To Find Healing