Lauren’s Letters

LAUREN’S
LETTERS

that address TRUTH
& deliver IMPACT

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Lauren moved to Buffalo, New York to pursue her career as a sportscaster.

To those scared of trying something new in the new year

To: Those scared of trying something new
From: Lauren Brill
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It's about to be a new year. As I think about what's in store for me in 2020, I realize I actually don't have a clue...
Lauren was raised Jewsih

Dear Santa, this is why I am writing you for the first time

To: Santa
From: Lauren Brill
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The holiday season is a unique time of year, where people exhibit more kindness and generosity. Despite being jewish, I wrote a letter to Santa about what I want this holiday season...

Here is the basis of my business…

To: Those wondering how I do business
From: Lauren Brill
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I was thinking about this story all weekend long, as thoughts were running through my head as to why I felt so compelled to fly across the country for what many would see as a business contact.
Lauren celebrating a birthday

To single women, my birthday is not a burden

To: Single Women In Their 30's
From: Lauren Brill
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Today I turn 34 years old. We both know what the world is going to ask me. “Are you married?” “Do you want to get married?” “Do you want me to set you up with my cousin’s niece’s friend's nephew?” “Do you have any kids?” “Are you sure you want a career that requires so many hours?” It seems like each birthday since age 27 the number of times I get these questions doubles.
George passed away just weeks after writing a letter on The Unsealed.

He lost his life but he left his lesson…

To: Those willing to listen
From: Lauren Brill
Charity: NAMI San Francisco
“Please, let out your emotions. Don’t hold them in.” Those are words from a letter my friend and former Notre Dame football star George Atkinson III wrote just over a month ago to children who are struggling.
Lauren with her parents

From entitled to grateful, a special thanks to many of you

To: Those who have shared their stories with me
From: Lauren Brill
Charity: Citymeals on Wheels
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Growing up, I didn’t count the problems I didn’t experience. I never thought about what life would be like if I had a single-parent home. Hunger only happened when I glued myself to the TV for too long. And the only words I associated with the term “race” were “Ready. Set. Go!”
Lauren Brill in high school

To sexual assault survivors, this is what I want you know

To: Sexual assault survivors
From: Lauren Brill
Charity: Bella Abzug Leadership Institute
Sponsor: The Unsealed
After years of being too scared to write to all of you, now I am hoping the world will share this letter so it can actually find each and every one of you. The decision to reveal my truth this week on Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg’s site for her new book, “Option B,”  was not an easy one.