WomenontheVerge

Women on the Verge will be live on Blog Talk Radio Wednesday, February 16, 2011 from noon to 1 p.m. (EST) for this month's hot topic Healing: Woman2Woman. The call-in show will be led by Women on the Verge founder Ana Lewis and her panelists: Karen Monroy, Rebecca Rasmussen, Dawn Rivers Baker, Jessica Pieklo, and Robbie Kaye.


Tucson, AZ, February 14, 2011 --(PR.com)-- Women on the Verge will be live on Blog Talk Radio Wednesday, February 16, 2011 from noon to 1 p.m. (EST) for this month's hot topic Healing: Woman2Woman. The call-in show will be led by Women on the Verge founder Ana Lewis and her panelists: Karen Monroy, Rebecca Rasmussen, Dawn Rivers Baker, Jessica Pieklo, and Robbie Kaye.

February typically ushers in celebrations of Valentine’s Day and reminders of heart health awareness – WOTV broadens the scope of discussion to include sharing and healing from a female point of view with their Healing: Woman2Woman topic. This month’s blog posts on the WOTV website include family and childhood memories, surviving cancer, how food is equated with love in many cultures, feminism and friendship.

Ana Lewis, a recent recipient of a LATISM scholarship to the Blissdom Conference for PR and Social Media, reveals that last month’s WOTV Blog Talk Radio show “Angry Woman Quiet Woman” garnered the highest ratings ever for the WOTV radio program. Lewis feels that by connecting on the WOTV website and radio show, women can support each other in a way that leads to better health in mind, body and spirit.

Women on the Verge is a fresh, growing, free, global, online community of women encouraging and supporting each other to speak and let their voices be heard

Find Women on the Verge at www.blogtalkradio.com/womenontheverge Wednesday, February 16, 2011 at Noon EST

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