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Survivors World, a broadcast of Butterfly Dreams Talk Radio, is a place for MEN & WOMEN who know the pain and trauma inflicted by abuse and/or violence. We provide a SAFE ENVIRONMENT for you to come listen to a special survivor guest and join in our wonderfully welcoming chatroom to connect with others.

On tonight's broadcast it is a great pleasure to welcome CW Seymore, Author/Child Advocate and releasing her memoir 'Shards of Glass'. CW is a pen name to protect her family, but the story is very real. Another tragedy of hell lived by a child to be wounded by the trauma and broken into pieces by the various evils that lurked within her own home. CW Seymore has created a website for the educational and awareness purposes against abuse, but also to give hope and help to other survivors like herself.

There are millions who know this brutal life filled with terror; it is true that I am also one of those many who are speaking out and offering help to others. It is my belief that through listening to these courageous voices come forward to speaking about their journey of healing we can all learn how to better protect our children and guide them to build the dreams of their destiny. It is a great pleasure to welcome this incredible soul who is making her rounds on the blog talk circuit. Please join me as Butterfly Dreams Talk Radio welcomes CW Seymore and her incredible true story of life stolen away by the many crimes of abuse, violence, terror inflicted on a child's world.

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