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Part 2: CUTV News Radio welcomes back Barbara Anne Rose

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Newark, DE – When Barbara Anne Rose heard about the #MeToo movement sweeping the country, it changed everything.

While the #MeToo movement is primarily focused on changing the cultural response to sexual misconduct in the workplace, Rose is focused on the more insidious behavior of sexual abuse within families, stressing the importance of surviving sexual abuse or any kind of abuse, for men and women.

“My father abused me when I was only a small child between 3 and 5 years old,” recalls Rose. “I don't have a conscious memory of it because I was so little, but when someone experiences abuse—no matter what abuse it is— that negative energy is embedded in the body tissue itself.”

As a spiritual and emotional healer, Rose can help survivors and relieve them of any guilt or shame they may have. The most profound healing is spiritual and emotional in nature.

“This abuse affects them for the rest of their lives, but so many profound transformations can take place when just two people who can relate to each other share space together,” says Rose. “The mere fact of me sitting there with them can help settle some of the energy that they may be feeling. And I can help them further through honest listening with the caring soul that I've always had.”

“Many victims believe they are not worth anything. I help them gain their power back and put their life into the now,” says Rose, “We can't take back the past, but you have a choice, with the help of Barbara Anne Rose, to not be swallowed up into the pain.”

Rose has spent the last 10 years working with women and men on a personal level through massage and coaching. With her expertise as a Spiritual Healer, she can offer a level of care and comfort and help you put the pieces back together again in a positive, uplifting way.

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