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Award Winning Author Sandra L. Brown is joining us this week! Sandra is recognized for her pioneering work on women’s issues related to relational harm. She specializes in the development of Pathological Love Relationship clinical training and survivor support services. Her books, CD’s, DVD’s, and other training materials have been used as curriculum in drug rehabs, women’s organizations and shelters, women’s jail and prison programs, school and college-based programs, inner city projects, and various psychology and sociology programs and distributed in almost every country of the world.
Also joining us is Stacy Sable to discuss AmberWatch Safetext! AmberWatch® SafeText is a way for you, the parent, to keep your children safe in the current world of text and social-based communications. With over 3,300 messages being sent and received monthly*, AmberWatch® SafeText automatically helps you monitor the messages to your child. AmberWatch® SafeText will alert you if dangerous or inappropriate messages are detected by its proprietary database and patent-pending processes – so you don’t have to review the hundreds of messages on your child’s phone that could include unidentifiable words, phrases, and slang.
Tune in to hear these great guests and gain valuable information that could protect you or someone you love from harm.
Joining us this week is Erin Runnion, fouinder of The Joyful Child Foundation. Erin founded The Joyful Child Foundation after the abduction and murder of her daughter, Samantha Runnion, in 2002. Learn more about the foundation, and what you can do to protect your child.
We are also rebroadcasting rebroadcasting last week's interview with Stacy Sable of SafeText due to many of our listeners receiving the wrong link to the show last week. AmberWatch® SafeText is a way for parents, to keep your children safe in the world of texting & social-based communications. AmberWatch® SafeText helps you monitor the messages to your child by alerting you if dangerous or inappropriate messages are detected on your child’s phone.