Tonight's special guest is Hank Estrada from New Mexico, a returning NAASCA family member who's long overdue to catch us up on his life since we last spoke .. in July 2011! In his book, "Unholy Communion, Lessons Learned from Life among Pedophiles, Predators and Priests" Hank takes us through the horrors of first being sexually abused in his family and later by a trusted member of the clergy. Hank's candid not only about those who abused him but also about his own dark side that emerged as he tried to come to grips with the effects of the abuse and his own sexual orientation. This book is worthy of a careful reading by anyone, but especially by those who have doubts about the effects of sexual abuse of vulnerable young people by members of the clergy or about the systemic pattern of enabling these same abusers to violate additional vulnerable people. Hank continues to inspire hope for many worldwide with his stories of courage, healing and living well. Tonight Hank suggests a number of possible topics .. family compromises, sibling or parent communication, living well through OTHER life challenges, how volunteering helps healing, personal priorities and staying focused, avoiding unnecessary interpersonal drama, practicing positivity, using humor, song or dance to connect to living. Sounds pretty interesting to me! Please see: www.HankEstrada.com and www.mhsatnm.com.
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