Monica Lewinsky's thread on 'survivors' is the best thing you'll read today

After starting an anti-bullying campaign last year, Monica Lewinsky took to social media to further a mental health cause this time

Monica Lewinsky, who started a powerful anti-bullying campaign last year, in November, has once again taken to social media to further a mental health cause. Drawing strength from the ordeal she faced 20 years ago after the nature of her relationship with former President Bill Clinton came to light, Monica Lewinsky tweeted:

Recounting how she was humiliated after the revelation, Lewinsky wrote in Vanity Fair:

“In 1998, when news of my affair with Bill Clinton broke, I was arguably the most humiliated person in the world. Thanks to the Drudge Report, I was also possibly the first person whose global humiliation was driven by the Internet.”

At that time, Bill Clinton was also facing charges of sexual assault from Paula Jones, former state of Arkansas employee. Lewinsky was also interrogated (and possibly humiliated) by deputies for giving them information about her own relationship with Clinton.

Lewisnky’s tweet received numerous responses in terms of heart-warming experiences of ‘surviving the unimaginable’ and how they drew strength from these experiences: