We've heard the saying, "Fake it 'til you make it," but is it really true? Change your life just by believing you can!
Larry Peacock flunked out of 8th grade, was kicked out of school, and lived in poverty for most of his early life. Before age 10, he had lived in 10 different apartments, lived in the projects, and had briefly stayed in a cheap roadside motel. His father worked infrequently and was abusive towards both him and his mother, who only completed an 8th grade education. But at age 20, his close friend was murdered and his world fell apart. It was then he decided to make a change in his life.
Larry went from a life of violence, trauma, and poverty to being the Vice Chair of Manchester Memorial Hospital in Connecticut. He's also an Educator, Director of Electroconvulsive Therapy and the Medical Director of OutPatient Services at UConn Health Center. Larry is also a husband, father, and advocate for the underprivileged. He firmly believes that lives can, and do change when you stop believing what others say, and start believing in yourself.
Tune in with Dr Jo Anne White, host of Power Your Life, and hear Larry Peacock's amazing life-altering story. Find out how YOU can change your life and live YOUR dreams!