We’ve had many guests on our show over the years who’ve specialized in depression and anxiety. No other guest has attacked those conditions with swifter speed and laser accuracy more than does Ana Lennyr.
Ana describes depression as: deep, heavy, and unresolved emotional wounding.
Anxiety is the manifestation of guilt and perfectionism.
Our deep emotional wounding is caused by one or more of the following pain types:
You are suicidal if all five deep emotional wounds are influencing you.
You have depression if three deep emotional wounds are influencing you.
You have anxiety if two deep emotional wounds are influencing you.
“No one can simply manage or cope with these emotional pains. Like a volcano, the symptoms may go dormant, but will always come back.”
Ana’s programs are designed to help you find the emotional pain, retrieve it, fix it, heal it, and rebuild a life free from suffering.
“Consider categories of people who are never depressed. They are monks and yogis because they have achieved true self-mastery.”
Indications you’re harboring emotional pain:
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“Only you can fix your problems. I show you how to do that.”
Think of your heart as a magnet. If it has magnetized pain for
years, that’s all it knows how to attract. You must learn to change the polarity
of your heart, so it won’t magnetize pain anymore.
Not only do our emotional wounds create depression and anxiety, but they also cause cancers and other unhealthy physical conditions.
Did you know the hidden anger of blame will cause gall bladder problems?
Did you know if you’re overweight you likely have emotional wounds such as guilt and embarrassment?
Did you know deep feelings of betrayal lead to heart attacks, high cholesterol, and heart disease?
Did you know the shame of being silenced as a child may result in lung cancer?
“You can only save yourself and your child. Suffering is a choice.”
I highly recommend you work with Ana to learn how to live happily, quit making excuses, and get rid of your emotional pain once and for all.
“We get to choose our patterns of thinking. We must see things from a balanced point of view and stop acting on insecure feelings.”
Jeremy E. McDonald
Jeremy is a recovering
addict, which many people would blame on childhood. The world might excuse
Jeremy for his faults because he was born to parents who were 15 & 16 years
He has overcome feelings of abandonment because his father’s family moved away just after he was born. He has overcome feelings of guilt thinking his birth was the reason his mother had to give up her own life’s dreams to raise him.
Instead of giving in to those feelings, Jeremy has said no to negative energy.
“I choose to live life the way I want to. My parents did the best they could. Every day as an addict I make a choice.”
Jeremy E. McDonald
Jeremy reports that heavy traumas in our youth may stop our emotional growth, leading many of us to work through the healing as adults.
Say to yourself:
“I love you and I forgive you. I release myself from the pain so I can live a full and rich life.”
Forgiveness must begin inside you.
“If I’m afraid of something, I’m probably going to do it. I’ll figure it out.”
Jeremy E. McDonald
Jeremy’s journey of self-discovery began because he wanted to be better at teaching. When he learned to meditate is when he began growing spiritually.
His mother passed away while writing his book, and she did things on the other side to let Jeremy know she was still with him.
“At her funeral, the MetLife blimp hovered over the proceedings for about an hour. I thought, mom, now you’re just showing off.”
The universe is always talking to us.
After the passing of his mother, Jeremy allowed himself to work through grief and other emotions. He teaches that emotional intelligence is our social awareness.
“Sustained grief and sorrow are saying there is something you need to do. You never escape adversity, but you have to work on understanding emotions and energy.”
Jeremy E. McDonald
Once, Jeremy attended a class with Dr. Raymond Moody who said, “Never say ‘this is exactly the way it is’ because you give up the opportunity to accept other ideas when you do.”
According to Jeremy, we should work on understanding others and ourselves a bit more. That includes loving others and us a bit more.
“Try to understand the intentions of others to avoid misunderstandings. We have to talk the language of others. Relate to others. When we’re judging someone we are opening up judgement upon ourselves.”
Jeremy E. McDonald
In his book, Jeremy mentions the Inner World, which is the inner dialogue we have with ourselves. We take on imposter syndrome when we doubt ourselves.
“We need to counteract the negative talk with truth. I’m worthy of being here because of my experience. How I value myself is how I impact the world.”
Picture the angel and devil
on your shoulders.
Jeremy encourages clients to say to those voices, “I love you, and we no longer believe that anymore. Remember all that we’ve been through and all that we’ve done?”
“By flipping the script on the inside, you will see changes in the outside world.”
Jeremy has a masterclass coming up 22nd October which leads attendees into a 6-month program.
Joel is the Master Prosperity Coach and often called, “The Money Doctor.”
“Your limited money beliefs don’t serve you.”
Joel asked us to consider that 95% of lottery winners have less money 5 years after winning than they did the day before winning. He explained why:
“You have to have a money mindset first! Otherwise, the traditional processes of getting and spending money may hurt you.”
Many people consider financial freedom is equal to 1 Million
dollars. Without the proper mindset, the lottery winner wins a million dollars
and simply spends it.
If you don’t have healthy ideas about money and you believe the stock market is rigged, then Joel explains, you shouldn’t put your money in the stock market because you’ll probably lose it.
“Your money success depends on your belief. For instance, if you want 1 million dollars, but you don’t believe you can ever have it, you won’t. Take baby steps and try manifesting $10,000 first.”
Joel tested this theory years ago. He decided he’d think about
cotton balls every morning and every night when going to bed.
Three months later while at a park with his daughters, Joel saw dozens
and dozens of cotton balls all over the park.
“Some of those cotton balls sat on my desk for years after that to remind me I can manifest anything with belief and desire.”
Money is energy, and the energy we send out is the same energy
which will come back.
“If I thought ‘I’ve got to make money, I’ve got to make money’ I’d lose money. When I would let go and tell myself ‘I’m going to make money,’ I always did.”
You get what you focus on
However, meditation and visualization cannot exclude inspired action. When you feel inspired rather than ‘I have to’ you’ll have fun and become financially free.
Some of the 9 Rules mentioned in his book are BELIEF, INTUITION,
HAPPINESS, GRATITUDE, and GIVING.
“You don’t have to obey all 9 rules to be a millionaire. Everyone has an aptitude for making money and the ability to thrive.”
Joel mentioned 7 money personality types from his first book:
S – Splurgers
U – Unconscious
G – Greedy
A – Accumulators
P – Protectionists
I – Investor
E – Egotist
Which one do you identify with?
How do you shift your beliefs?
ACT AS IF…
“If you have dreams and desires having to do with travel, owning a sports car, or even finding a partner you should simply ACT AS IF.”
Joel had a desire to travel to Egypt. So, he created a vision board, and screen savers with pictures of the pyramids, etc. He researched cost of flights. He looked at hotels. He decided which excursions he’d take while there and what he’d see.
“I did this with the mind set of ‘I’m already there.’ In January of 2022, I travelled to Egypt.”
Joel has an interactive course based on his book called How to Create Money Miracles. There are exercises for each chapter, and each of his 9 rules. It seems well worth it for $47.
On the day he was our guest, Howard Brown was also launching his first book, Shining Brightly.
This is a section of the forward by Dr. Robert J. Wicks
“In Shining Brightly, Brown’s stories and guidance help us to meet suffering and uncertainty in new ways. In the pages and chapters that follow, his own story of confronting death is one we now refer to as an example of “post-traumatic growth” (PTG). This occurs when someone facing serious stress or trauma actually deepens as a result of it in ways that would not have been possible had the trauma or stress not happened in the first place. It is very similar to what for ages was known as “the spirituality of suffering” in which the person did not seek the undesirable, play it down, or romanticize it, but was also open to where such frightening events might take them. In other words, they did not see darkness as the final word but possibly the first step in new meaning-making and personal depth.”
Having survived Leukemia and Colon Cancer both in Stage IV when discovered, and about 26 years apart, Howard Brown is inspired to talk about the greatest health challenge humans are asked to endure.
He was only 23 when he faced death the first time. His career was blossoming when he noticed a little purple spot on his left cheek in front of his ear.
appointments trying to figure out what was going on, Howard was sent to a
cancer institute…first clue that he had cause to fear.
“You have stage IV accelerated T-Cell Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma,” the doctor said.
All Howard heard next
was “blah, blah, blah, blah.”
“My mom is sobbing, and my dad was a statue. I had no idea what was going on.”
Howard failed each chemo regimen they tried. Then, his twin sister offered to donate her bone marrow.
“She was an exact match!”
Howard’s immune system hit a reset and the cancer went into remission. It was the key defining moment of survival from cancer number 1.
“There is no blueprint for survivorship, but I got myself back together.”
Patients that have had as much chemo and radiation as Howard did often develop cancer later in life effecting other areas of the body. When a polyp was discovered during a routine colonoscopy, Howard faced cancer again.
And again….chemotherapy failed, and the cancer grew. It spread to his liver, stomach lining, and bowel. With less than a year and a 4% chance of living, Howard faced fear a second time.
“When you hear those devastating words, you get beaten down. Everyone around me was crying.”
The doctors tried a Hail
Mary which was a massive surgery.
“They cut me open and poured hot chemotherapy inside me. Then I was rotated for 90 minutes. They call it the mother of all surgeries.”
of disease at this time.
“I have a lot of side effects, but I’m breathing. I hope to walk my daughter down the aisle at her wedding.”
Howard attributes the
following to his ability to survive:
World-wide prayer network
“I’m still here and have work to do. I need to give, and be, an inspiration. Together we make this world a better place.”
Shine brightly with Howard at his website here: https://www.shiningbrightly.com/
“I can’t imagine not having many parenting books to help in our absolute most important job.”
Tuskey’s Travels consists of 15 stories based on the strategies Brenda teaches in The Kid Code | 30 Second Parenting Strategies.
Another book not yet published is Grumpy to Grateful based on research and Brenda’s own experience.
In our discussion Tuesday, Brenda reminded us:
“Gratitude increases our immune response. A few minutes of feeling gratitude will dissolve toxic emotions.”
4. Gratitude is a doable miracle and almost as good as medication
Brenda provided examples of ways she teaches her grandchildren to feel grateful.
“Because I have six grandkids, I have a television on the back of my driver’s seat for them to watch on longer trips.
They enjoy watching movies and would get upset when it was time to turn the movie off when arriving at our destination.
I began to probe the kids before each trip. ‘How do you feel right now about being able to watch the TV?’
The answer from the kids was they felt good about being able to do that.
I would then ask, ‘How do you want to feel when we get there and turn the TV off? Do you want to have gratitude or attitude with a temper tantrum?’
They replied that they wanted to feel good then, too.
I would say, ‘You can’t put a lid on lava. Once it starts it’s going to blow itself up and out.’
That was one strategy my grandkids understood.
In our desire to give our kids everything, we may have created a sense of entitlement. It’s a painful state to be in, but it is reversable.”
5. Entitlement is painful and reversable
Feel thankful right now. Feel it. Now feel it all day long.
Brenda teaches an evolution out of stress. We are stressed when we are feeling or behaving outside of our natural, joyous state.
How do we know what our true nature is?
Ask yourself, “I feel natural when I’m in the state of……”
Ask yourself, “What makes me long-term happy?”
I can make me long-term happy.
“Stress comes because I’m not aware of my nature and trying to get destressed with something other than what will cause me to be joyfully harmless.”
6. Every stressful moment is a wakeup call.
7. Addiction has never delivered what it promised.
8. Truth is a natural stress reliever.
“There are many ways to discover the truth. First, I notice when I have an upset, such as when my husband doesn’t do something I wanted him to.
Secondly, I consider what I gain when he disappoints me. I need to feel I matter. When my husband doesn’t do what I wanted, I overreact to prove I matter.”
We’ve learned to use anger as a manipulation tool to get what we
9. If I’m upset it’s my job to self-regulate back to my true nature. Feeling resentful is not natural.
10. Be what you want your child to be. If you model it, they will follow.
There were so many inspiring gems which can be extracted from Brenda’s interview. She gives ideas about ways to teach your kids how to identify entitlement in other people in order to observe whether it creates happiness or not.
She gives tips on ways to manage pain through gratitude.
Brenda teaches ways to motivate your children to do something they don’t want to, and to transform them from a state of anger to one of harmless joy.
In one part of our interview, Brenda gives suggestions to parents about how to prevent getting pulled into your children’s meltdowns and arguments with each other.
“Behavior is a symptom of what’s going on in the entire family. Parents, your child is talking to you and showing you something you need to see.”
Peggy Ouellette is a tremendous resource for
families, and I’m delighted we had such an important discussion with her on our
In her youth, Peggy was the most sought after babysitter in the neighborhood. Being the oldest of six kids, she was always drawn to children.
Peggy is now a nurse practitioner and independently licensed in child and adolescent psychiatry. She focuses on finding the source of behavior using eastern and western medicine in her online practice Functional Family Psychiatry.
“When you heal a family you heal the world.”
One 10-year-old client came to Peggy because the parents didn’t understand why he was refusing to attend school. This was not normal for their son, and the parents had tried behavioral interventions, home school, and other alternative schools.
Because of the deep dive Peggy took into the investigation of this young boy’s case, she discovered that mold in the home was making the boy sick.
Mold was creating neuropsychiatric changes in this boy, and he was having separation anxiety and paranoia. Every behavioral problem disappeared when the family moved into a different home.
“We tend to miss what’s right in front of us.”
Peggy mentioned another patient who was having behavioral issues every time the moon was full. This link was discovered through careful tracking and journalling.
“Parasites are effected by changes on the planet during a full moon. This child had a parasite.”
Peggy suggests we often miss the big picture until we examine the family with a different lens. As in the case of a visual-learning patient who was having meltdowns at school because he couldn’t see the teacher.
Or the little boy whose behavior went south because of a reaction to the blue dye in Gatorade given to him at a friend’s house. And another child because of constipation.
“BEHAVORS HAVE MEANING.”
Kids don’t always have the vocabulary to describe their emotions, and that leads to acting certain ways. We should look for patterns to discern what our children are trying to convey.
When you know differently, you can communicate differently.
“Pay attention and track your child’s behavior considering diet, environment (like mold in a house), imbalance, and digestion issues.”
Peggy’s practice, Functional Family Psychiatry searches for the root-cause using laboratory tests, genetic testing, dietary discovery, lifestyle, and environment to get the patient back to baseline.
“Heavy metals and toxins since birth have been stored in our cells. Just about every patient can benefit by improvement in the S.A.D. – Standard American Diet which contributes to our toxic bucket.”
Peggy is the first to remind all parents…
“It’s not your fault. Speak out and stop suffering. If you’re not feeling heard by a medical professional, keep looking for someone who will listen.”
I’m very confident to proclaim Peggy is one of those people who
She asked us to share with you the gift of her morning routine for families. Start every morning with the most effective routine by going to this link Morning Routine
“We have to be the leader in our family because it all rolls downhill.”
If you’ve ever taken a hike, you likely filled a backpack with essentials, as well as comfort items. Imagine as you hike, you pick up souvenirs of your journey and you put those into your backpack.
Some parts of your hike are on level ground, while
other parts are uphill, on shifting rock, or require climbing over fallen trees.
As you continue to fill your backpack with treasures of nature, you’re soon breathing heavy and exhausted from the altitude and heat of the day. It would certainly help to lighten your load, wouldn’t it?
Nathalie Ekobo is a returning guest to Life Mastery Radio with Todd & Jackie. She has an interesting background with brilliant advice to share. With her wonderful French accent, listening to Nathalie share her advice is just that much more enjoyable.
Nathalie is known as an Energy Master, Intuitive, and a Business Alchemist.
Nathalie uses the metaphor of a backpack to explain how she helps clients clear their invisible backpacks of the negative souvenirs of life and replace them with positive gifts from the Universe.
Alchemy is defined as any magical power or process of transmuting a common substance, usually of little value, into a substance of great value.
“We take all the lead, the muck, and the heaviness of business. We apply a few things. We clear it out. Then we activate the gold and create something new in a partnership.”
In a collaborative effort, Nathalie helps her clients tap into their higher selves, refine success, and create miracles together.
Discordant is defined as being at variance, disagreeing, or incongruous.
“We all have issues with relationships both personal and business. There is a bag those relationships share. We put energies in that bag related to our common encounters and experiences.”
Nathalie has the skills to reach into our backpacks and your relationship bags to remove everything that is discordant.
“I have an MBA, experience in marketing and sales in both France and the United States. And I am tapped into Source.”
Nathalie has the ability to remove people’s blocks. She can see what they cannot see. She helps clients discover what prevents them from going to the next level.
“Let’s find out what’s buried under the carpet, put it to the light and shift it.”
Nathalie’s Success Acceleration System teaches how to tap into Source through energy and give you answers to your business and personal life.
“There is power in being present. Connect with yourself and your Source.”
Show me where to go now…
Show me who to talk to…
Show me ten perfect clients…
Show me what will bring me closer to my goal today…
Show me what will make me happy today…
“Let go of the outcome and watch it happen.”
Nathalie suggests you close your eyes and imagine another state of you. You feeling joy. You feeling peace. You imagining someone you love. You bringing love to trillions of cells in your body.
“There is fear of what we may find. There is no bad or wrong, just experiences. Embrace the monster and love it away.”
Here are a few Nathalie nuggets of gold you need to put in your backpack today.
Change yourself with ease, not with struggle
There is always a silver lining or gift
Life is working for you and not against you
You’re going to be fine
The Universe has your back
When it’s too hard, let it go
Give it to the Universe
Nathalie is hosting a complimentary virtual retreat September 30th – Oct 1st. Enroll now in A Magical New Beginning.
“I just turned 60. What am I going to do with my next 60 years? I want to share my gifts.”
Step in and get a new vision. Learn how to pack more effectively for your hike of life. Enroll in her retreat at this link today: https://nathalieekobo.com/
The brain can’t tell what’s real and what isn’t. You can only
stuff so much stuff into it.
Doug Stoddard, a Habit Breaker Expert, and our recent guest taught me and Todd so much about our brains. We like to beat ourselves up for the mistakes we make and the behaviors we exhibit, and Doug tell us:
“It’s all biology. It’s not who we are. The system gets triggered and drives emotions, thoughts, and action.”
Doug teaches his clients to become aware and then learn to create a new way of thinking and reacting.
A personal story related by Doug Stoddard…
“I was delivering newspapers. Daily I’d encounter a mean dog who didn’t like me. Every day was a race to see who was going to survive.
After months of winning the survival race, one day the dog caught me. He ripped my leg, it got infected, and I had to have a lot of shots. For a 10-year old it was pretty traumatic.
After that, every time I’d see a dog I’d run from it in a panic. Three months later a 10-year old bully knocked me off my bike and started pounding on me. In my 10-year old brain, the bully looked like the dog. I created a pattern of reacting to this kind of stress. If anything got tough I ran from it, quit, or simply didn’t deal with it.”
Doug continued fifty years with anger issues. Because of
depression, he felt his dad had left when he was a young boy. Doug never felt he
knew how to win in life.
“I was trying to look like a 9 on the outside, when inside I felt like a 2.”
We go through life acting on the the programing left in our brain by experiences (dog attacks & abandonment issues) which are triggered in tough times, and from which we form our self-worth and habits – which may not serve us well.
“These experiences are stored in our neural pathways. They are little grooves in our brains. There is a gate in front of each groove, and each gate has a trigger.
When life shows up and something resembles an old story, the gate opens, and chemicals drop into the groove of the pathway. We will feel immediate emotions associated with similar events of the past.”
The brain turns the reaction into thoughts. “What’s wrong with me?
Why can’t I figure this out?”
We get distortion about ourselves and other people. It causes us to focus on the behavior instead of an individual. The individual becomes the behavior in our subconscious mind.
“These emotions and thoughts distort and change our true identity.”
You can only stuff so much stuff. It erupts at
The challenge is the neural pathways are under the surface. We don’t know what to do with it and may not be aware of it. Therefore, the first step to taking control of our thoughts, emotions, and behaviors is AWARENESS.
Todd & I took an assessment Doug offered, and in which he gives any potential clients. It was eye opening to understand and become aware of our triggers.
The next step then is, UNDERSTANDING THE TRIGGER AND THE STORY BEHIND IT.
“When someone challenges you or your ideas, your brain attaches the negative thought to your self-worth. The brain tries to keep us safe and predictable.”
Doug tells us the next step is BREAK IT INTO SMALL PIECES. This is where Doug can help with the process after his assessment provides the answers.
“The biggest problem most people have is they don’t feel like they’re winning. Constantly comparing ourselves to others makes it difficult to celebrate the small steps and reach the big still unmet goal.”
Doug assures us the steps are simple, but not easy.
“Everything you want is behind your triggers”
Please book a 30-Minute Habit Breaker Discovery Call with Doug Stoddard. Click HERE You may realize your dreams much faster than you ever imagined.
Men at Work is an Australia rock band who released a song in 1981 called Who Can It Be Now? The song was written by Colin Hay who at the time lived next door to drug dealers whose customers often confused his home for the dealers’ home.
Take a listen to the way Colin described his situation…
Our recent guest, Marilyn Alauria described her first experiences into the psychic realm in a similar way.
After the 1999 Columbine High School shooting in which 13 people died, Marilyn saw the students killed in the massacre at her bedside.
After September 11, 2001, Marilyn had visits from the pilots of the American planes lost from terrorism that day.
“My soul had cracked open, and a new world opened up to me. I was sensitive to murderers and their victims. I could see them, hear them, and feel them.”
Marilyn had had this spiritual ability since childhood but had never known what to call it. Now she didn’t want it. It was scary.
“Learn to use your gifts to move your life along.”
“You’re helping us as much as we’re helping you.”
“The dreams in your heart are meant to be lived.”
Marilyn looks at everything as information.
“It’s happening for me not to me.”
Guides help Marilyn understand her experiences. Our guides do the same for us.
During our interview I gained a greater understanding of guides. They are direct reflectors of our soul. They might be plants, planets, trees, colors, music, animals, etc. They are here to help us live from our light and soul.
To help us identify our Guide(s) or to call on them,
Marilyn suggested the following steps:
Decide on someone you connect with
Ask permission to have them as a guide
Decide where they are in relation to you
Breathe with them and create an umbilical cord of breath
Feel their guidance
Ask them to show you something you need to know
Identify how you feel
“Everybody can do this”
Marilyn’s program is called Membership for Your Soul. She and experts in varied areas teach within her community of clients. Find her at MarilynAlauria.com
It’s time to get radically honest and cleanse your soul. At least, that’s what our recent guest, Dr. Pamela Gerali would tell you. She would also tell you since she’s done what she suggests, she now dances like a divine diva!
“I was raised in a small town in a conservative home, and in an ultra-conservative religion. There were so many ‘thou-shalt-nots’ it was easier to list what we could do rather than what we weren’t allowed to do.”
Dr. Pamela Gerali
Living in this religious la-la-land was limiting to Pamela. When she went to college she left the unholy trinity of guilt, shame, and fear behind. She took on a career in healthcare, working with the American Cancer Society and other nonprofits.
While attending a leadership conference Pamela acquired
a new vision for her life and left her job upon her return from the event.
Pamela became a spiritual junkie. Her drugs were books, workshops, and the study of self-improvement. Having been raised to believe if knowledge wasn’t directly from the Bible, it was wrong, Pamela felt FEAR. Still, she was driven to learn who she was.
“One morning upon awakening, I started receiving divine downloads. Spiritual information flowed into my thoughts and mind for about 6 months.”
Dr. Pamela Gerali
What emerged was a beautiful matrix containing sacred geometry Pamela named The Blueprint for The Human Spirit. You can find her creation on her website DrPamelaGerali.com
“I embraced what I learned and began to live my truth. I learned my purpose and why I’m here.”
Dr. Pamela Gerali
Still, Pamela was FEARFUL.
“I had discovered a divine databank. The Blueprint for the Human Spirit has five dimensions and five fields of existence. When we release the blocks, baggage, and blinders from our minds, we can live authentically, passionately, and consciously for the greater good.”
Dr. Pamela Gerali
The five dimensions Pamela speaks about are:
The five fields are:
“I knew I was one with God and that I am an eternal being. Everything changes when we are brought into alignment with our truth and essence. We are all made in the image and likeness of God.”
Dr. Pamela Gerali
One balmy morning in October 2001, Pamela experienced a life-changing meditation.
“During ninety minutes I relived an intensely dramatic event in fifteen past lives. There were children, men, and women from all walks of life, and they spanned the ages from ancient Mayan times to early 1900’s. Each one revealed a shift in consciousness relevant to our spiritual growth. Each past life mirrored exactly what one aspect of the Blueprint taught.”
Dr. Pamela Gerali
Pamela says the Blueprint is relevant to students of all faiths. The key to changing the world, is not protesting; it’s changing ourselves.
“There will be no world peace until we find inner peace.”
Pamela no longer feels FEAR. There is no more FEAR of
death, lack, or judgement. Pamela claims each of us can discover the truth of
who we are.
“I am grateful for my beginnings because without that extreme childhood I wouldn’t have searched for anything else. I can see the symbolism now. Everything has come full circle. The whole process was so freeing, I wish everyone could participate in their own soul cleanse.”
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