The Roth Show: Camp Traffick! Kids Learn about Trafficking from Experts!

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Each Wednesday for 3 hours Dr. Laurie Roth holds conversations with those in the know about particular crimes,criminals, issues, corruption, and wrongdoing.

Regular Dottie Laster brings guest Crystal Calloway of the Heidi Search Center to talk about an upcoming event, Camp Traffic.Net. 

The July, 2014 event will be held in two sessions, each targeting the age groups of middle school and high school with workshops conducted by Dottie Laster to teach dangers and red flags pertaining to potential trafficking situations. Hoping to reach runaways and “throwaways,” the Camp is working to prevent children from being lured into a life of nightmares as is happening across the globe.

Laster has been speaking to schools, in various age groups from middle to college level, about the grooming tactics used, and what students should do…

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Shattered Lives Radio Celebrates 2 Years on Air with 2 Hour Special Event

cONGRATS!!!!

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Shattered Lives Radio, Donna R. Gore, LadyJustice

Join the party! Donna Gore cordially invites the public to her 2 year celebration of Shattered Lives Radio on Monday, February 10 from 7-9pm Eastern time.

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Promised to be an evening of lively conversation and discussion for 2 full hours! The phone lines and chat room will be open for questions, comments, or words of congratulations for host, Donna R. Gore, aka “LadyJustice.”

Every Saturday evening at 5pm ET, Donna Gore has diligently presented the best of the best in guests and topics ranging from crime victims’ rights, domestic violence, and human trafficking, to less intense topics such as gluten free food, history’s mysteries, and selected authors and their books.

From 7-8pm listeners will be treated to the return of Dr. Will Marling who spearheads the mission of the National Organization for Victim Assistance (NOVA).   Marling will be on hand to talk about the…

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Where has Annie been??? Catching her breath!

I have been very absent lately and I guess it is time to let you all know I appreciate the inquiries, thoughts and prayers.  Those of you familiar with my book and my story are aware that I have had neck issues for quite some time. It is actually the opener for my book! The pain has become progressively worse the last 18 months as has the deterioration.  My neck spasm causing me to be pretty much unable to move till it passes, there are other issues but I won’t drag all that out here.

So I have gone from Ortho Docs, Physical therapist, to neurologist, and now to a Neurosurgeon.

I can opt not to have the surgery.  That will leave me ultimately addicted to pain meds and handicapped in ways I can’t bring myself to dwell on.  So saying no is not an option.

In the morning I am making the 5 hour drive to Portland’s Oregon Health and Science University for my second visit with the surgeon.  There are only two places in Oregon who can perform the repair I need, OHSU is one.  The staff there has been incredible.  So…  I see the Docs Thursday and get the dates and all the details I’ve been dreading to take this forward.

They will be using several cadaver bones, plates etc.,  It’s extensive.  I won’t be sporting the usual scar hidden in a neck line wrinkle.  I will be from just under my jaw to the front at my neckline. If I understood at the last visit C-3-4-5 and 6 will be replaced with cadaver bone, fused and then the will work on the back.  Whew! Pretty risky stuff.  Scary stuff!

I’ve been seeing doctors, getting test and seeing a counselor and my pastor.  I discovered I was angry all over again at the beatings from childhood and the continued indifference of my mother.  I’ve had to face some fear concerning the outcome of all this.  I discovered that I was feeling pretty alone!  And, horrors, I have been feeling vulnerable.  Tough things for us survivors.  Especially to feel vulnerable, exposed and at risk.  I have to trust strangers to do the right thing.  I know you get that!

I didn’t want to discuss it here until I felt strong, confident.  I don’t know what the next year is going to hold for me.  But I will be OK.  I promise to post daily, keep you informed.  Please know I am feeling pretty strong as I write this.  Please pray I stay that way!  Please promise to keep me in your thoughts.  AND never ever beat a child, it could last them the rest of their life.  My Annie Girl XOXO  Annie O Sullivan