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@brian198 thanks so much Brian I appreciate you for sharing and for the work you are doing to support others who have had similar experiences!
3 days, 3 hours ago on What Sharing My Childhood Rape Taught Me About Being a Loving, Vulnerable, Free Man
@DrewMGriffin Drew you are a brave man. thank you for sharing this as I know how difficult it is to open up (hence my 25 year silence). I really encourage you to listen to the episode with Guy Winch lewishowes.com/podcast/guy-winch-emotional-injuries/
and with Chris Lee here lewishowes.com/podcast/chris-lee/
It's sad to know this has happened to us both, and that it's happened to millions of boys and girls around the world. I encourage you to share this experience openly to your closest friends and family that you trust as this really helped me learn more about myself when I did. Here to support if you ever want to share with me and chat privately. continue letting go and being courageous my friend!
4 days, 11 hours ago on What Sharing My Childhood Rape Taught Me About Being a Loving, Vulnerable, Free Man
@mollycules your support is amazing Molly, thank you!
@PattiCapparelli thank you Patti.
@MarileeSears thank you for your support!
@KimAnnCurtin thanks Kim and thanks for your private message to me. I appreciate your loving heart and all of the good you do in the world. It means so much... thank you for your support!
@GuyWinch thanks Guy, during our interview for the podcast everything you were speaking made so much sense as it was all of the things I was working on for myself at the time. I appreciate the work you are doing in the world to support people with instances like myself. thank you!
@ambernaslund I love you Amber, excited to hug you soon as well. thanks for your support.
@VickyLyashenko thanks Vicky, I appreciate you for your support.
@Mistress Vivian thank you, I appreciate you ongoing support!
@darronhilaire thank you sir!
@JohnnyKing2 love you bro!
@LCK not at the moment, but working on a solution for this, thanks for asking!
@Ames216 give him your non judgmental love... he will feel safe when you do.
@Hermes132 thank you!
@nooneandeveryone thank you for sharing, the more we bring this forth the better chance we have of educating people so it doesn't happen in the future.
@jaa1982 I'm happy to hear you have been opening up and starting to heal this.. allow yourself to feel whatever it is you wish to feel as it's a process that may be painful at times (at least from my experience).
@Rick59 thank you Rick, and thanks for sharing this with those who can use the support!
@Jason Billows someone to listen and love me free of judgement. I'm not sure what others may need, but I know thats what I was craving at the time. thank you for asking.
1 week, 2 days ago on What Sharing My Childhood Rape Taught Me About Being a Loving, Vulnerable, Free Man
@ADukes21 thanks for listening as always!
1 month ago on How an Ordinary Person Can Create Extraordinary Change with Adam Braun