Getting Unstuck and Shifting Gears

Dr. Karen Semien-McBride grew up in Compton, California. During her teenage years, she was faced with health issues that nearly took her life; but by the grace of God, and her persistence to fight, she survived. With her will to win, her love of education, and a strong entrepreneurial spirit, Dr. Karen propelled forward to… Continue reading Getting Unstuck and Shifting Gears

How to Use Your Pain for Power

What's your pain? What pain is holding you prisoner and controlling both your life and thoughts? What pain are you dealing with that's keeping you from doing the things you want to do, and from being the best you?  We had to ask these questions because a lot of people struggle to get through their… Continue reading How to Use Your Pain for Power

3 Ways to Strengthen Your Faith and Develop Your Purpose

Faith is an awesome thing. It helps to guide your thoughts and actions in life. However, the truth is you won't know true faith until you've been tested; until you find yourself in a valley experience, but still have to believe. We often say phrases like "I believe" and "I trust," but I wonder how… Continue reading 3 Ways to Strengthen Your Faith and Develop Your Purpose

An Invisible Child… A True Story

  We all have a past, and we all have secrets. Some of our pasts are not as bad as others. As a matter of fact, a lot of us probably enjoyed our upbringings without much pain and chaos, outside of what's considered normal. As a result, we grew up and continued to live our… Continue reading An Invisible Child… A True Story

No Girlfriend…It Isn’t Just in Your Head, You Really Are in an Abusive Relationship!

Article contributed by: Gina Kendall Lusardi (Founder of Speak Out, Get Out, Stay Out) Gina Kendall Lusardi is a domestic abuse survivor, thriver, educator, speaker and advocate. She is a survivor of 27 years of both childhood and adult domestic abuse. At the age of 28, she was able to find the strength and courage… Continue reading No Girlfriend…It Isn’t Just in Your Head, You Really Are in an Abusive Relationship!