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Still Standing ~ Crawling Out of Darkness Into Light (Mildred D. Muhammad)

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How do you move from victim to survivor to warrior and champion? My guest combines her riveting story of domestic violence and adversity with the message that everything is possible if you walk in faith and trust your own instincts. Mildred D. Muhammad is an Award-Winning Global Keynote Speaker and International Expert Speaker for the US Dept of State. As a Certified Consultant with the US Dept of Justice for the Office for Victims of Crime and a Certified Domestic Violence Advocate, she has repeatedly been called upon to be a CNN contributor. Her expertise positions her to make outstanding contributions regarding PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder), suicide, and child custody. Ms. Muhammad is an impassioned 7X-Author, Trainer & Educator. As a Domestic Abuse Survivor, she speaks on a national and international platforms to discuss her life of terror, abuse, and heartache in order to promote Domestic Violence Awareness and Prevention. Her audiences include victims and survivors of domestic violence, law enforcement professionals, therapists, advocates, counselors, mental and medical health providers, university and college students as well as military personnel. Mildred's authenticity is as remarkable as her unforgettable story of abuse. As the ex-wife of D.C. sniper John A. Muhammad, she shares what it's like to survive all forms of domestic abuse/violence (such as verbal, mental, economic, spiritual, stalking, and emotional) even without physical scars. Mildred's devotion includes the perils of PTSD that soldiers suffer when returning from a war zone as well as domestic violence victims who are diagnosed with PTSD. She's been recognized throughout military communities for her championship of the Family Advocacy Program and their mission to educate, promote, and end domestic violence in military communities. mildredmuhammad.com

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