Women's Wednesday
It is not at all uncommon to focus on the baby when baby first enters this world.  The mother's job is to quickly heal as she begins the journey into mothering.  Today's guest broadens our view and understanding of the short term and long term power of caring for mom with the same attention and gentility as we care for the baby.
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Are You 1 Out of 3? Women who have experienced childhood sexual trauma and yearn for a fulfilling life and relationship will find hope and a clear roadmap to healing in this compassionate conversation. For thousands and thousands of years, people have used the power of stories to heal. In Blossom, Carolin Hauser marries the power of her personal story of healing from abuse with 15 years of experience in the field of alternative healing and psychotherapy.  You are not alone.  Carolin's story can help.

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In 1976 Donna Walton's life took a tragic turn. Diagnosed with a dangerous form of bone cancer, Donna found herself facing the loss of her leg in order to save her life. Whether you are facing disease, disability, job loss, or divorce, the message of this inspirational conversation is clear: if life steals your dreams away, be sure to steal them back, and the result may end up better than you ever imagined.
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Dr. Hepworth Clarke specializes in human sexualities, gender, and relational diversity, clinical and cultural sexology, African-centered social work, sexuality education, autoethnography, and Ọ̀ṣunality, an African-centered, sex-positive, post-colonial paradigm that affirms diversity in sensuality, sexual pleasure, and eroticism. Dr. Hepworth Clarke's passions include increasing critical thinking, sexual literacy, expanding self-awareness and self-reflexivity, empowerment, counter - oppressive discourses, unlearning colonial mentalities, decolonial considerations, mindfulness, justices (social, racial, erotic, epistemic, ecological etc.) and healing.
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Dr. Janice Ellis recounts the journey of an African-American woman from rural, segregated Mississippi through academia, corporate America, and politics. It is the story of how she triumphed even when, more often than not, the ugly realities of racism and sexism tried to deter her
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The Bombshell Business Woman at her best stands proud in who she is and what she offers, abandoning the whirlwind of uncertainty. A Bombshell commands attention for her business and attracts the right customers who fall in love with her brand experience. Her business allows her to live life on her terms so she can enjoy her family, friends, and her abundant life
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Bukola Oriola discusses her memoir as she documents the struggles and triumphs as a survivor of labor trafficking and domestic violence in the United States. Bukola's goal is to inspire hope in other survivors so that they can turn their lives around positively, regardless of what difficulty they might have passed through. ... As someone who has dedicated her life to empowering other survivors, she has decided to contribute the proceeds from the book sales to survivors’ education or their businesses, starting with 100 survivors in the United States, Nigeria, and Kenya. She believes that survivors want to be independent and contribute to their communities, and she wants to help survivors achieve this dream. 
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She once said she believed she was born to write - if that's true, she has certainly honored her birth guidance, her birth joy, her birth gift. Marita Golden is the creator of novels, memoirs, workshops, classes, articles, 
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Aimee was living a normal life raising three kids, married to her high school sweetheart, and teaching at her high school alma mater. Life was perfect—until it wasn’t. Unhappy in her marriage, Aimee asked for a divorce. Three days later, she suffered a heart attack. Five months after that, she survived a near-fatal car crash caused by an intoxicated driver. Her physical recovery took months and left her body marked by scars. The emotional recovery would take longer.
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A unique and hopeful story of how one woman and her family were transformed by her child's multiple disabilities and inability to talk. ... It is the story of a mother and writer and the illuminating effect of imagining the world through the eyes of her beautiful, charismatic, and nonverbal son, Felix. ...  As Felix grows bigger and stronger, his assaults against himself grow more destructive. When his bruised limbs and face prompt Child Services to investigate for abuse, Eliza realizes how dangerous her home has become
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