Tonight's special guest is Sean Wyman from Tallahassee , Florida, a survivor of both childhood emotional and physical abuse and now an activist. He wants to share his story of child abuse to help others. Sean's book, 'The Movement Process' shares the challenges of child abuse and how he finally overcame the aftermath to help others do the same. "I believe we all have a path to follow, Sean says. "The challenge is keeping our eyes forward and keeping our feet going in the right direction." Just like most of us he didn't know this at first, eventually he faced the challenges and the terror he faced from his step father being a drug dealer in Washington DC. "It was not until I realized I was missing the most important part of my brand that everything changed for me." In his book, Sean discusses the breaking point where he almost did something he would have regretted the rest of his life, and how he finally was able to let go of the hatred and resentment that was built up from this experience. "I started focusing on what my unique talents were, what God had blessed me with, and the path that I was meant to follow." He now has over 32 years experience working to transform others into their true self, and setting them on the right path. "I aspire to help people see the value, belief, and potential God created in each and everyone of us and help you communicate that to the world through your brand so you can share the gifts God gave you and make the difference you were meant to make. We're delighted to welcome him to the NAASCA family !!
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