Dr. Madelein Sherak discusses this program's first ever children's book entitled "Super Heroes Club."
We talk about school shooting episodes, bullying, how to increase children's self-esteem, and how to work together as a community. We talk about the importance of engraining empathy and our children from a young age. Her book is not only for children but is great for reading to the elderly.
Statistics show that 1 in 4 women will be sexually abused or assaulted in their lifetime and will on average be up to four times more likely to develop depression, suicidal thoughts, PTSD, drug and alcohol abuse, eating disorders, relationship problems, and physical and/or mental health issues. Carolin Houser and Dr. Henderson discuss her seven-step program called Blossom for treating this illness.
Lily Sanders' life experiences, adversity, talent, sense of humor, and intense compassion has gifted her a purpose to write, influence, and coach others. All types of addictive abuse behaviors can be helped by Lily's advice to the abused victim. Her purpose is to become a light for others that burns up the nonsense in life. Her message is one of love and not fear. Lily talks about her mission in life in this 48-minute interview. We discussed that important question "Who am I?"