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Jun 30, 2021

On this week's episode, we learn the story of Crystal Yarbrough. Crystal was sexually abused from childhood through her teenage years. She tells her story of dealing with her past and how she has overcome it. She is a mother, a college graduate, has completed seminary and is the program director of Eye Heart World, an organization that helps young women who have been victims of sex trafficking. Crystal's story is amazing on so many levels.

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Key Takeaways

- With adversity, you can't go around it. You have to go through it. Figure a way to get through it.

- Don't give up on people.

- Shame is a heavy burden to bear. Shame is not your identity. Take off the coat of shame.

- Don't allow labels to define you.

- All pain has a purpose. Use what you have been through to improve yourself.



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