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.
5 years ago I started a blog. It was called Forget Me Not – learning to live with me and for me. It was, in many ways, where I first started to heal.
My intention for these Micro-Monologues is to give you insight into where I have come from and why I share my story. I am the story behind Forget Me Not (the memoir, the advocacy group, and the podcast).
Somy Ali is a survivor, 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.
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.