Tonight's special guest is Jo Calk from Lincoln City, Oregon, a returning NAASCA family member who's become much more active with the NAASCA mission and family. She's now one of our talk show hosts and Newsletter Editor. Jo is a survivor of long-term incest by her grandfather, physical abuse by her father, and emotional neglect by her mother. She's author of the book "Pieces: Help for Your Life Journey" under the pen name Megan Erin Galloway. In fact, this is her first time doing the show under her real name. At 70 years old, still in search of a 'family of choice,' Jo found it with NAASCA. Using her pen name and starting off tentatively, she gradually gained confidence, thanks to the compassionate support of her new 'family.' Jo says, “I finally found a place where I can share my story, my experience, as myself, without fear of judgment, blame, or pity. I stopped hiding behind the pen name and now I'm happy contributing to the NAASCA family in any way I can – especially by donating half my time as a volunteer.” The other half of Jo's time is dedicated to her work as a Life Awareness Coach, Reiki Master, author, and speaker. Her inspirational podcast series, “Living a Dream: A Transformational Journey,” shares her love of life, expresses her joy at being part of God/Source, and uplifts others to acknowledge their own positive self-attributes. Jo's joy motivates others to become aware of the importance of all of us, working together, to effect great change this world.