How many children scream for help but have no one to help?
It is easy to go about our daily lives and isolate ourselves from the evil in our world, but that doesn't mean it isn't present. Today, Asia Raine talks about how her podcast Letters to the People are these complex stories of trauma from dark places where children's cries go unheard.
Sharing these episodes and stories is one of the reasons Causepods was founded because, like a TED talk where we share ideas, it is just as important to hear all the stories.
A lesson we can all take away from this episode is the power of one person seeing, hearing, and understanding someone. It is often the permission to let go of what was and fully embrace the life that could be.
What is the genesis moment for sharing stories around trauma (1:37)
How to know if a story is made up (7:11)
How did you overcome the idea of your story becoming visible in the community (14:14)
What has been the impact from listeners (20:23)
What makes SCSA the charity of focus for today's episode (25:40)
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