Tonight's special guest is Carter Lee from Houston, Texas, a child abuse survivor, journalist / activist, and a returning NAASCA family member. The author of "When Jonathan Cried for Me" is a columnist former columnist with The Washington Times communities, current columnist with Communities Digital News, a professional speaker and consultant, producer, and professional wrestler and sports entertainer. Carter is known for his charismatic speaking style, magnetic personality, and strong self-confidence. He presents his messages with an eloquent diction and style as only he can deliver. Most of his writing and speaking work is dedicated to one thing: revealing methods for individuals to achieve true inner greatness. As Carter Lee states it, “I know what it's like to have that internal struggle within, accepting some parts of your personality but being in denial of others; feeling good or even great when it came to some situations I was engaged in, but feeling insufficient and not important, or lacking, in other areas of my life." He continues, “I remember when I started my journey in self-improvement and when it actually started working. I began to see myself excited about just of the mere fact that I got to wake up and enjoy being me. It was then I felt that I had stepped from the darkness into the light, and truly started to enjoy living and life to its fullest.”
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