#067: After 40 plus years as a speech-language pathologist and psychologist helping others reclaim their voice, Barbara Glazier-Robinson realized it was time to reclaim her own and step into the spotlight to ignite change from within.
Now Barbara is using her voice and creativity for activism and advocacy through her first book, Grace from Space: A Race to Save Earth. A cosmic fairy-tale for all ages, but especially children 8 - 11.
Grace from Space was fueled by total frustration over immigrant children being separated from their parents and tossed into detention centers like sacks of potatoes.To create a better ending for these children, she wrote “a better story.”
Listen to hear how she broke her silence as a "lifelong listener" to finding her voice, taking the stage and crossing the threshold to activism.
Also discussed: Claiming who we are and fitting in; Shame and our Freeze Response; using Art to address the pain of our times; KC Baker, WomanSpeak and Martha Beck.
For more information on Barbara's work: barbaragrobinson.com
Amazon link for Grace from Space https://www.amazon.com/dp/179277981X