Filming Tomorrow with - Foundation of Change with Janine Zagel -Sharing My Story & My Mission
I am exciting to be filming tomorrow as I continue to share my personal story The Unspoken Truth A Memoir and my mission for awareness and change!
As an advocate (NAASCA) for child abuse/safety and mental health awareness/stigmas It is so important to educate others on these “taboo” subjects. We need to talk about it. Our voices must be heard! We can break the silence together through strong words and actions.
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