July 3rd episode of TraumaTalk, Melanie Anderson shares her story of how she became an Actress, Speaker, Author and Entrepreneur, despite a series of challenges and a traumatic diagnosis of an auto-immune disorder called Lupus. Rather than Existing in her life, she chose to take control and start creating her life!
Phoenix, AZ -- (ReleaseWire) -- 07/05/2018 -- After growing up with little to no money in a single-parent household, Actress Melanie Anderson found herself pregnant at age 15 and with a second chid at age 19. By the time she was age 25 she was married with 3 kids and working full time. She also started full-time college when her husband up and left them! Struggling to support herself and her family and thinking that things couldn't get any worse she also received the traumatic diagnosis of Lupus, a complex auto-immune disorder, which she thought would be the end of her! Rather than a death sentence this diagnosis became Melanie's Life sentence. In search of Joy she began to make different choices: rather than choosing what others wanted, Melanie started choosing what She wanted! And this was the beginning of her creating the life she truly desired. She became the actress she always dreamed of; She is the creator and CEO of Actors Resource 101 and Better Billing Consultants; She is co-author of Best-Selling book: Open Your G.I.F.T.S. Through Adversity Melanie creates Achievement.
What hardship have you endured that you have allowed to stop you?
When your body is in alot of pain or starts to shut down... what is your body trying to tell you? Why are you not listening?
What would You choose if you knew that you wouldn't fail?
Tune in with Melanie Anderson and the Host of Trauma Talk, Ezreena Rose Scott, on Voice America's Empowerment channel, this Tuesday, July 3rd, 2018 at 9:00 AM Pacific Time.
Ezreena Scott encourages people to reflect on any trauma or adversity and invites them to create beyond it.
What will it take for each of us to start creating the lives we truly desire? What are You willing to do to make that happen?
Archives of Trauma Talk can be found at https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2755/traumatalk AND through Ezreena's website at: ezreena.ca.
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