October is Domestic Violence Awareness month. The theme is Everyone Knows Someone. [#Every1KnowsSome1]
Learn from writer and Executive Director of the Hawaii State Coalition Against Domestic Violence Angelina Mercado how domestic violence affects both private and public life, how to spot someone who may need assistance, how to offer support.
So excited to have interviewed Sungalina Hwang Lee for The Conversation.
Her insights about ADHD and girls are relevant to parents, teachers, and schools. As a woman who was diagnosed with ADHD many years after those early schooling years, all I can say is that the descriptions for girls remain relevant to adult women with ADHD. Girls with ADHD remain under the radar as it is too often associated with boys who ‘act out’ and in this radio show you will hear Sungalina Hwang Lee discuss the ways it may manifest in girls.
As someone who learned to surf I was really thrilled to interview Curvy Surfer Girl Elizabeth Sneed and Dropping into Power podcaster and writer Sheila Gallien for a great discussion on the transformational power of surfing.
I interview writers for The Hawaiʻi Review of Books (Ishle Yi Park and Shonda Buchanan). “The Doctor is In” covers craft, process, and technique. Questions? CONTACT me.
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