Welcome to Season 2, Episode 1 of "It Didn't Break Me". Although this is our first episode of Season 2, it is actually the 13th Episode of the podcast so if you have not had a chance to listen to all of the gems dropped in Season 1, I invite you to go back and do so! In this season we will be diving into people sharing their medical battles, foster care experiences, losing a spouse at a young age and so much more; there are POWERFUL stories that are waiting to be heard. Make sure you subscribe so you don't miss them. I guarantee you are bound to be moved and inspired by each and every guest.
To start us off, I already had to grab a box of tissues while speaking to this Season's first guest, Antonio Grate. Antonio is a motivational speaker, educator, minister and husband of four who found his tenacity in the memory of his beloved grandmother. From a drug addicted parent to foster care, he triumphed. Today, he uses his experience to offer insight on how to be a phenomenal foster parent to children in need.
I invite you to join our conversation as Antonio and I discuss:
- Impact of Drugs
- Toxic environment
- Power of love
- Foster care
- Kinship care
- Coping mechanisms
The Power of One by Antonio Grate
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Song Credit: Encore by King Sis
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