How You Can Manage Being Bullied and Find Your Inner Strength as You Live Full Out
By: Living Full Out
On Saturday, April 13th, The Living Full Out radio show will discuss methods and solutions for dealing with bullying in a productive way. Host Nancy Solari will offer techniques for approaching other's negativity and growing from it. We invite Sarah Stump, a blogger and advocate for people with disabilities, to share her story of being treated differently because she was born missing her left arm. Nancy will offer advice to callers on how they can manage the expectations of others and confidently forge their own path.
The Living Full Out radio show, hosted by Nancy Solari, provides inspirational stories, valuable advice, and the opportunity to hear real-life scenarios experienced by every-day people. As a certified business and life coach, Nancy answers questions from callers seeking professional guidance on overcoming adversities. Nancy shows callers how to tackle their challenges head-on through effective communication, balance, mutual understanding and a positive attitude.
Nancy Solari was sixteen years old when she was diagnosed with retinitis pigmentosa and has experienced progressive vision loss over the years. Despite her prognosis, she was resilient in creating a vision for her future and determined to live with purpose and follow her dreams. Today, Nancy hosts the national Living Full Out show and is an inspiring example of creating a successful life through determination and positivity. Nancy believes everyone is capable of overcoming difficulties and living full out.
On this week's episode, blogger and online personality Sarah Stump will discuss her experience living without an arm and overcoming bullying. Sarah was born missing her left arm. In her earlier days, she realized that she wasn't able to do many things that other kids could do, such as simply tying her hair. As an older child, she would get teased at school. However, she remained confident in her own skin and accepted her differences. Her parents bought her a synthetic arm, so she could have the same opportunities as everyone else. Today, Sarah has her own website and blog, so she can offer support and be easily accessible to people who want someone to talk to and share their stories with.
Do you struggle with how others treat you because of your differences?
Tune in on Saturday, April 13th at 1 pm CST (2 pm EST) to hear personal stories from Sarah Stump and fellow listeners, and discover how you can assertively deflect negative feedback and choose to create your own identity.
Listen anytime on our website: http://livingfullout.com/