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October 1, 2018 56 min
Dan Clark’s guest for Monday’s The Art of Significance Show has faced terrifying things: The daughter of a KKK Grand Dragon; a woman guilty of violence; and a spiteful individual. Today, Jvonne Hubbard is the mother to two special needs children, one biracial, whom she adopted as a baby. She suffers from PTSD from her past experiences.. But she’s also a writer and a yoga teacher whose journey from hatred to love and optimism holds priceless lessons for all. Her new book talks about the hard-learned lessons in her life. “I don’t know if love is stronger than hate, but I have found hate to be exhausting,” she says. Hear Jvonne’s story on Monday, Oct. 1 from 12-1 p.m. (PT) on The Art of Significance. VoiceAmerica.com, Influencers Channel.
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