Ashleigh recounts three incidents that happened before she left — two of them involved some form of sexual harassment , leading her to leave the Navy (and not necessarily in the best terms). Learn why she is thankful for her financial situation to help her cope with what had happened during her time in the Navy, what exactly happened, why she’s so thankful for a community that helped her get better with her finances, and whether or not she feels she’ll ever have closure over what had happened.
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What You Hear in This Episode:
- Why Ashleigh felt like she couldn’t speak up at work, even in a more senior role in the Navy
- What happened to Ashleigh that led her to transitioning out of the Navy
- Why she had to defer her acceptance to Yale (hint: it wasn’t necessarily by choice)
- Why her friend ended up calling her to make sure she got the mental health assistance she needed
- Why Ashleigh may never feel closure over what happened
- Ashleigh’s website
- 5 Things To Take From The FIRE Movement (Even If You Don’t Want To Retire Early)
- The difference between FU money and FU, money!
- Navy ‘gray-zone behavior’ study part of military sexual assault prevention and response effort
- Study reveals Navy installations carry most risk of sexual assault, but not why
- The Ultimate Guide to Money Mindset Mastery
- Emotional Spending Guide
- Values Based Spending Guide