We are supposed to be loved and cared for when we are born and most of us are. We are supposed by be he shining star of our parent's eye, but not Rita. Her mother left her at the hospital when she was born; unwanted. [...]
There are over 500,000 homeless people in America, and according to Housing and Urban Development, (HUD) 2017 report over 194,000 Americans will be sleeping on the street tonight. Julie is the executive director for and organization in Stark County Ohio That takes people off the street and puts them into their own place is [...]
Becca shares her story of her own father abusing her; forcing her into a cult; and then marrying a man when she was just 15 years old. Becca was so depressed at one point that she tried to take her own life. We will learn how she overcame these tragic circumstances are is now [...]
Diane Mang will tell you how she once dreamed of killing people in her dreams and counting 5's so that she wouldn't follow through. Being diagnosed with Bipolar I, with psychotic features, and also OCD, doesn't have to be the end of the world. Today, she is living a normal healthy life, . [...]
Tanisha was raped at the age of 9 by a family member. She was pregnant at 13 by her cousin's husband. T For for the next 10 years she lived in an abusive relationship. Tanisha has a remarkable story about leaving and starting a new life that must be heard by anyone struggling through [...]
Michelle interviews Heather Slaughter, who was once kidnapped, held hostage, raped and beaten for 2 1/2 days by a man she knew. A year later and he has still not been jailed for this offense. Hear how Heather is fighting for justice, not only for herself, but for other women.. [...]
Couldn't attend her 9-year-old's spelling Bee because she was home on the couch nursing a hangover. Today with over 16 years of sobriety Annemarie is a Chemical Dependency Counselor.
This week's episode we hear Michelle interviewing Robin Holland. Robin is the System Navigator for NAMI of Stark County. What will we learn today? How a woman worked hard through very difficult circumstances -- remained sober and now works for NAMI.
Moving 21 times and going to 14 different schools, Corey didn't understand her mother's mental illness,. Corey says that life is always full of obstacles and roadblocks, but we are the drivers on the road to our own destiny. Corey Minor Smith shares her compelling story of how, with supportive family and friends, she [...]