On Thursday, April 29, 2010, Cyrus Webb on BlogTalkRadio will do my first ever interview, "The Patricia Singleton Story," on his Conversations Live! Radio program. The times that the show will be going on are:
1:00 p.m. EST, 12:00 a.m. CST, 11:00 a.m. MST, and 10:00 a.m. PST
If you can't join us for the live show, then you can click on the link that I will be giving you and listen to the interview later on at your convenience. I hope that you will come back here and leave me your comments about the interview afterwards to let me know what you think. You can also leave comments on the program at the link for listening to the interview. Remember, this is my first ever interview and I don't have any questions from Cyrus before hand to practice my responses. Cyrus is an excellent interviewer. He asks some deep questions on the subject when he does an interview.
I want to share Cyrus's description of the topic of the interview:
"With the recent admissions of rape and incest among celebrities like Monique and others, attention is once again being brought on this important topic. Host Cyrus Webb welcomes Patricia Singleton to Conversations Live! Radio to share her own story of surviving such abuse and how she is using her experience to help others and continue to heal in the process. . . ." Thank you Cyrus.
I am honored to be given this opportunity to speak out and to make people aware that incest and child abuse can happen to any one. It could be someone in your neighborhood, your church, your community, or even some child in your own family. I am grateful for this opportunity to spread the awareness of child abuse to a greater audience. I thank my readers for being open to reading my words about my spiritual journey through recovery from incest. I look forward to meeting new people through this interview. I ask for your prayers to join with mine that I will say the right things that need to be voiced to help others break their own silence of abuse.
Welcome to my world. The link for this interview is here:
Thank you for joining me for this interview. Thank you to all of the other abuse survivors who are my inspiration on this journey through life.