Coming Soon to a Computer Near You!
I’m very excited to announce Forget Me Not Radio, a podcast where we discuss taboo topics and other issues our society would rather silence.
From interviews with top local advocates, therapists, and founders, to discussions with survivors, teens, and supporters, Forget Me Not Radio is in place to talk about the tough topics, raise awareness, and educate all of us.
Here are just a few of our guests:
Somi Ali – No More Tears
Somy Ali is a suvivor, Bollywood actress, film producer, and founder of No More Tears, a nonprofit that works to free victims from domestic violence and human trafficking.
Her personal story will captivate you, and her work with victims will inspire you. Somy’s interview spans the years and is a phenomenal story of how a victim was transformed into a voice for those who need it most.
You can learn more about No More Tears, and support Somy’s work, by visiting www.NoMoreTearsUSA.org.
Kevin Abegg – Life of Freedom Center
Kevin is a seasoned missionary having assisted ministries in over 30 countries, including Pichilemu, Chile where he met his wife Claudia. During his travels throughout Latin America Kevin came in contact with various anti-trafficking ministries through which God captured both Claudia and his hearts with the desperate need of those suffering as modern slaves.
You can learn more about the Abegg’s and their ministry by visiting their blog at http://www.abeggloveletters.blogspot.com and find out how you can partner with the LoF Center by supporting the Abegg’s as missionaries by visiting http://uwm.org/missionaries/27521/.
Rosie – Survivor of Intimate Partner Abuse, Part 1
Rosie survived years of abuse at the hands of her husband. She shares with us her experiences in childhood and how even when we think we do everything right, in choosing a mate, or how strong we believe we are as an individual, we can miss critical signs and find ourselves in a very difficult and dangerous situation. Her’s is a story of strength and healing you won’t want to miss.
Sean – Being a Child in a Violent Home
My conversation with Sean was absolutely phenomenal. Sean is a survivor of child abuse, rape, and a witness to the abuse of his mother at the hands of his father. Our stories may differ, but the commonalities of healing are all too similar. We spoke of trauma, guilt, shame, and healing. But most importantly, we spoke of hope. Tune into Sean’s story and prepared to be moved.
Dr. Katharine Campbell – Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Dr. Katharine Campbell is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 20 years of experience. She holds a PhD in Public Affairs with a Social Work emphasis. This PhD was a unique and multifaceted degree combining Social Work, Health, Public Administration and Criminal Justice together to create the one degree. Dr. Campbell works with survivors of domestic violence, and the LGBT and Transgender Community. She brought a wealth of information and understanding to the conversation, covering a variety of topics.
For more information about Dr. Campbell’s practice, visit inwardboundjourneys.com.
Angine Moss – Hosannah4Youth
Ms. Angine Moss is an entrepreneur. She is the founder and president of Hosanna4Youth, a 501(C)3 organization dedicated to serving the needs of youth who are considered at-risk within our communities. EXPOSE The Conversation, a Hosanna program, focuses on bringing awareness and prevention to incest, molestation and rape within families, was born as a result of her own personal experience. Angine believes that if we can help an individual, we can reunite a family and change the dynamics of what we call community.
For more information on Hossanah4Youth, please visit www.hosanna4youth.org.
Grace – Survivor, Victor, and Inspiration
Today I sat with Grace, a survivor and victor. After years of abuse at the hands of her father, Grace struggled with homelessness, self-worth, and forgiveness before she was empowered to be the woman she was meant to be. She is an inspiration to so many with her cheerfulness and positive outlook.
If you would like to connect with Grace’s outreach, please visit Lost But Not Forgotten on Facebook or Instagram.
Rosie – Survivor of Intimate Partner Abuse, Part 2
Today I sat down with Survivor Rosie for Part 2 and, wow, was it powerful! Rosie reminded us that the cycle of abuse never ends when you are forced to have contact with your abuser. From court hearings to child swap, manipulation and threats are a constant part of her life now. She reminds us that we should never judge a book by its cover and to always be aware of the struggles others might be facing.