Written By: Debbie Stokes
Today is our first Zoom interview presented on what I will be calling “Talk Thursdays.” It is our intent to interview guest and bring you motivational, educational, empowering, informational, and sometimes, entertaining videos; as we aim to include content about Living, Loving and Laughing. The interviews may range anywhere from true stories to performances, to inspirational and motivational, to whatever you decide you want to see. However, more than likely, there will not be a video every week, but will be based on how often interviews are completed. And just so you know, our regular blogs will continue to come on Mondays.
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Today, I introduce to you, Elizabeth Gerald. She is a woman who lost her 15 year old daughter to suicide after she was brutally beaten and sexually assaulted. Listen to Elizabeth’s story, and how she turned her pain into power. It is her hope after you see her story that you would look for red flags in your own children, check your kids social media pages for clues, and that you would consider donating to her foundation (The MJG Movement) to help her cause.
Elizabeth Gerald’s Contact Information
Linkedin: Elizabeth Gerald
Twitter: MJG Movement
Facebook: Elizabeth GeraldTF
** To Make a Donation to the MJG MOVEMENT:
Go to: ( https://www.paypal.me/marcie15 )
National Hotline for Crime Victims
1-800-273-TALK (8255) [24/7 hotline]
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