The Courage to Confront & Heal
Broken Family Relationships & Our Wounded Self.
THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 2021
Join me with author, Chandra Moyer, as we talk about The Courage To Confront & Heal Broken Family Relationships & Our Wounded Self. We'll share Chandra's story and dive into three topics: 1. Finding power and peace in confronting and healing our childhood trauma, 2. The good, the bad, and the ugly of telling our mothers and family members of abuse, and 3. Loving ourselves and family beyond abuse and into happiness.
Chandra is a sought-after speaker, author, life coach, and a decorated former Army officer. Chandra is also a survivor of incest who only recovered her memories of abuse later in life after a traumatic adult experience triggered memories of a childhood of abuse. Chandra’s recent book, I Met Her Before, tells her story to help others come to terms with their truth and move forward into the full and happy life we all desire and deserve. Chandra’s story not only confronts her own shattered past, but also the broken family relationships that are part of healing and becoming who we’re fully here to be—and often healing those family relationships is just as challenging as healing ourselves. We'll dive into this together in this podcast. I know this will be a conversation that will move you and hopefully help you as we all continue to heal ourselves and our relationships on our paths to happiness.
Books By Chandra Moyer
What if you found out your perfect childhood wasn’t so perfect? What if parts were so terrible you couldn't even remember... until now? This compassionate and raw novel carries you through one woman's healing journey from repressed trauma, stressing the importance of love, asking for help, and learning to love oneself again.
Chandra Moyer’s compelling book exposes the downfalls of the Nation’s Foster Care system. She stresses the urgency for Foster Care reform to provide real help and real hope to abused and neglected children. Chandra shares her own personal experiences to spark a movement for change, inspiring readers to move from just being informed bystanders to being active advocates for change.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The Overcoming Child Sexual Abuse podcast is a general educational and information resource and is not intended to provide expert advice for specific circumstances or individual situations.
To gain help for your individual situation, please reach out to local resources, and/or contact the
24/7 National Child Abuse Hotline at 1-800-422-4453 or online at www.childhelphotline.org.