Sania Mirza praises Nadia Jamil for Child Sex Abuse Work

After Nadia Jamil shared her involvement in a campaign dealing with child sexual abuse, Sania Mirza praised the actress.

Sania Mirza praises Nadia Jamil for Child Sex Abuse Work f

“Nadia Jamil is a true fighter no doubt.”

Sania Mirza has come forward to express her admiration for Nadia Jamil, calling the actress “an inspiration”.

The retired tennis star said she respected Nadia and the strength with which she dealt with her childhood trauma after being sexually abused.

She took to X and stated: “You are genuinely inspiring. I have been closely following your work and everything you do. It’s truly amazing.”

Many people agreed with Sania’s sentiments and took to X to give their opinions too.

Adnan Ajmal said: “Nadia Jamil is a true fighter no doubt.”

Noor A Yousufzai added: “She is an iron lady. Proud and glad we have strong ideal women like her in our country.”

Nadia Jamil spoke about the challenges she faced in order to deal with her trauma and journey to healing.

This included dealing with harrowing pain, hiding from difficult situations and struggling with unhappiness.

Nadia explained her journey into rediscovering herself and allowing herself self-respect, protection and love.

Sharing a post thanking Emma-Jane Taylor for starting the #NotMyShame campaign, Nadia Jamil said:

“Until I found the tools to learn how to parent myself, until I found the way to respect myself, protect myself and love myself.

“I am responsible for taking care of the child within me and I am responsible for every other child whose healing I can somehow facilitate.

“Every child matters. Every single child is incredibly significant. Including the child within us, the adults.

“Healing is possible, the light at the end of the tunnel is real. It’s ok to feel the fear and move towards it.”

“At our own pace. It’s ok to feel sad and own our fears. It’s ok to feel overwhelmed. It’s ok to just stop and breathe. Because that’s the most important thing I do anyway.”

As a survivor of sexual abuse, Nadia Jamil placed emphasis on the importance of understanding the feelings of fellow victims as they embarked on their own journey to overcome their past.

She asked victims to accept their fear and slowly move towards overcoming it, deeming it important to pause and take a breath.

Nadia finished her statement by saying survivors should not be blamed for their ordeal and that it was the abusers who should be ashamed of their actions.

Sana is from a law background who's pursuing her love of writing. She likes reading, music, cooking and making her own jam. Her motto is: "Taking the second step is always less scarier than taking the first."

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