The story is important. It empowers and offers hope. I'm thrilled and full of gratitude for the opportunities to speak about "Broken Water." I've been busy spreading the word about child abuse awareness and I am literally an open book through the sharing of the stories of all 11 sisters in "Broken Water."
Barbara Lane's book, ‘Broken Water,’ documents abuse and survival amid her search for her sisters after being placed in foster care as a child. . .
Barbara's new book "Broken Water," is a testimony to the strength of sisterhood, the power of uniting to speak up regarding issues of child maltreatment, and an effort to shatter the silence surrounding these delicate issues. Tune in to the Whitney Reynolds Show where Barbara shares her miraculous story
What a delight to be interviewed on the Sue and Andy show. Their energy is contagious and I was thrilled to be able to share such an important message surrounding child welfare. I hope you enjoy the interview.
When life deals you a difficult hand, it can be hard to make it through. A woman from Virginia who was separated from her family for decades has managed to overcome many years of trauma and abuse—and to ultimately win back what she lost so many years ago. Let’s hear her inspiring story of faith, hope, and love. NTD St
I was honored to find out that an extract from "Broken Water" was featured in Newsweek. It reinforces in me the belief that with enough passion and determination, one can achieve their goals.
GRATITUDE to the talented Lucy Laing for this one, and I absolutely fell in love with writer Tracie Couper on the other side of the pond. I'm hopeful we can all share a cup of tea in person one day. I know you will enjoy the read.
I was too young to recall what happened to break up the family. But at the orphanage in our home city of St. Louis, I remember a deep love. I had a strong attachment to my sisters. (INSIDER)
Daksha Devnani of Epoch Times was inspirational and a delight to speak with. Her gentle, concise and talented interview style made for a comfortable discussion of difficult topics. A warm thank you to Katy Nguyn, Daksha Devnani and Louis Chambe for covering this important topic. You can read the featured article below.
I was thrilled to provide a commentary for Parade on the symbolism of butterflies! We sisters often think about our sisters in heaven as butterflies who make their appearance to remind us they are still with us in spirit. I hope you enjoy the read.
I've been honored to discuss topics regarding child welfare, attachment and bonding, foster care, adoption, family reunification, resilience, trauma and the themes carried over into my memoir "Broken Water."
I am honored to provide articles to inform and inspire in areas of child welfare, inspiration, spirituality, trauma healing and general areas of interest.
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