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Living the Front Seat Life means you are the driver of your own life’s journey. So, buckle up and get ready to take the wheel of your personal journey to self-care and mental health with this weekly podcast.
Hosted by Coach Kelly Marie, founder and principal of Front Seat Life LLC, an organization dedicated to eliminating barriers to mental health and wellness for people of color. Kelly and her guests use their own life experiences with anxiety, sexual abuse, attempted suicide and borderline pe… Continue Reading >>
Living the Front Seat Life means you are the driver of your own life’s journey. So, buckle up and get ready to take the wheel of your personal journey to self-care and mental health with this weekly podcast.
Hosted by Coach Kelly Marie, founder and principal of Front Seat Life LLC, an organization dedicated to eliminating barriers to mental health and wellness for people of color. Kelly and her guests use their own life experiences with anxiety, sexual abuse, attempted suicide and borderline personality disorder to educate and empower others to Live Life in the Front Seat. << Show Less
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Let’s Talk About Whiteness & How It Affects the Black Experience with Dr. Ashley Episode 55
Coach Kelly Marie continues her conversation with psychotherapist and trauma specialist Dr. Willard Ashley about the need for personal accountability and understanding whiteness and its impact on mental health for people of color. How do I prepare my Black son to make it home safely? If White supremacist are shooting up churches and grocery stores, where is it safe to be Black in America? How can therapy help us come to grips with the trauma we've experienced?
In this episode we have those tough conversations in recognition of the Bebe Moore Campbell Minority Mental Health Awareness Month 2022. 
 

ABOUT THE GUEST
The Reverend Dr. Willard Ashley, Sr. is a New Jersey and nationally certified psychoanalyst,
certified group psychotherapist, and clinical fellow in the Association of Marriage & Family
Therapists. He is a trustee of Andover Newton Seminary at Yale Divinity School and retired
Professor of Pastoral Theology at New Brunswick Theological Seminary (NBTS). 
Twitter @WWCA
LinkedIn: Willard Ashley
https://www.yourpsychoanalyst.com
https://therapyforblackmen.org/therapists/willard-ashley-sr/
https://www.abundantjoyministries.com 
https://about.me/WWCA
 
Dr. Ashley served as the first African American Dean of the Seminary at NBTS. Dr. Ashley teaches at Rutgers
University, Hebrew Union College, and the New Jersey Institute for Training in Psychoanalysis.
He is also pastor of Abundant Joy Community Church in Jersey City, NJ and the author of
several books, including, New Rules for Radicals: TNT for Faith-Based Leaders, published by
Judson Press. Dr. Willard Ashley is married to Tanya Pagan Raggio Ashley, MD, FAAP, MPH.
They are the proud parents of an adult son. Together Will and Tanya are emotional support
humans to Serafina their 11-pound Shih Tzu, who won their hearts.
 
 
Mental Health Resources 
Call 211 or visit www.211.org for help finding public services in your area
Suicide Prevention Helpline has someone for you to talk to 24/7 call  (800) - 273 8255
Text GO to 741741 to reach a trained crisis counselor 
Questions for the Host: Email FrontSeatLife@gmail.com 
Click Here to rate & review on Apple Podcast 
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Hosted by Coach Kelly Marie, founder of Front Seat Life LLC
IG @thefrontseatlife FB @thefrontseatlife
Produced by JazzCast Pros Podcast Production Network www.JazzCastPros.com 
IG @Jazzytonair FB @JazzCastPros 
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Let’s Talk About Whiteness & How It Affects the Black Experience with Dr. Ashley Episode 55
Coach Kelly Marie continues her conversation with psychotherapist and trauma specialist Dr. Willard Ashley about the need for personal accountability and understanding whiteness and its impact on mental health for people of color. How do I prepare my Black son to make it home safely? If White supremacist are shooting up churches and grocery stores, where is it safe to be Black in America? How can therapy help us come to grips with the trauma we've experienced?
In this episode we have those tough conversations in recognition of the Bebe Moore Campbell Minority Mental Health Awareness Month 2022. 
 

ABOUT THE GUEST
The Reverend Dr. Willard Ashley, Sr. is a New Jersey and nationally certified psychoanalyst,
certified group psychotherapist, and clinical fellow in the Association of Marriage & Family
Therapists. He is a trustee of Andover Newton Seminary at Yale Divinity School and retired
Professor of Pastoral Theology at New Brunswick Theological Seminary (NBTS). 
Twitter @WWCA
LinkedIn: Willard Ashley
https://www.yourpsychoanalyst.com
https://therapyforblackmen.org/therapists/willard-ashley-sr/
https://www.abundantjoyministries.com 
https://about.me/WWCA
 
Dr. Ashley served as the first African American Dean of the Seminary at NBTS. Dr. Ashley teaches at Rutgers
University, Hebrew Union College, and the New Jersey Institute for Training in Psychoanalysis.
He is also pastor of Abundant Joy Community Church in Jersey City, NJ and the author of
several books, including, New Rules for Radicals: TNT for Faith-Based Leaders, published by
Judson Press. Dr. Willard Ashley is married to Tanya Pagan Raggio Ashley, MD, FAAP, MPH.
They are the proud parents of an adult son. Together Will and Tanya are emotional support
humans to Serafina their 11-pound Shih Tzu, who won their hearts.
 
 
Mental Health Resources 
Call 211 or visit www.211.org for help finding public services in your area
Suicide Prevention Helpline has someone for you to talk to 24/7 call  (800) - 273 8255
Text GO to 741741 to reach a trained crisis counselor 
Questions for the Host: Email FrontSeatLife@gmail.com 
Click Here to rate & review on Apple Podcast 
Follow or Share this Podcast from Spotify
Add this show to your collection on Pandora.
Support the Show with a one-time donation
 
Hosted by Coach Kelly Marie, founder of Front Seat Life LLC
IG @thefrontseatlife FB @thefrontseatlife
Produced by JazzCast Pros Podcast Production Network www.JazzCastPros.com 
IG @Jazzytonair FB @JazzCastPros 
#conference #caregiver #MentalHealthMonday #healing #mentalhealth #physicalhealth #BetheLight #FrontSeatLife #JazzCastPros #therapyforblackmen #psychotherapy #faithbased #Part2 #Whiteness #BlackinAmerica #racism #TopsShooting #family #children
How Does Psychotherapy Work from a Faith Perspective? Episode 54 When a community experiences a crisis such as a mass shooting, hurricane or terrorism, well-intentioned “outsiders” often come in and try to help. But as our guest Rev. Dr. Willard Ashley, Sr. points out, it’s important to learn the language and understand the culture of the impacted community before attempting to meet its specific needs. In this episode, you’ll learn how psychotherapy can help a faith-based community heal from trauma.
 
Dr. Ashley did ground-breaking work helping clergy recognize and address their own emotional trauma and distress as first responders after 9/11. His interfaith program ' Care for the Caregivers' has become a model, and Will an expert, in how to shape religious communities' role in disaster relief around the world.
Psychotherapy looks deep inside of your emotions, your psyche and your spirituality. 
Cognitive behavior therapy and psychoanalysis can help you find resistances that cause the inner conflict that pushes you to behave in a manner that contradicts your true values.  
 
This episode of Living the Front Seat Life Podcast is sponsored by BIPOC PEEEEEEK Breaking the Stigma & Silence and Prioritizing Needs. BIPOC PEEEEEEK is hosting the Mental Health in Communities of Color conference on July 13th, 14th and 16th in Rochester, Buffalo and Syracuse NY respectively. Register for this incredible conference at www.bipocparentvoice.org.  
 

 
The Symposiums brings together local leaders, regional and national experts (including Dr Ashley), community members, behavioral health providers and stakeholders for a half-day of learning dedicated to addressing mental health and trauma through the lens of equity. The goal is to engage in dialogue to highlight the diversity of needs for both youth and adults across systems and collectively work together to identify strategies to improve care for children and families from diverse backgrounds. The Buffalo event date of July 14th happens to fall on the 60 day mark of the Tops Market massacre and organizers will discuss strategies for long-term plans to address trauma and system level changes.
 

 
ABOUT THE GUEST
The Reverend Dr. Willard Ashley, Sr. is a New Jersey and nationally certified psychoanalyst,
certified group psychotherapist, and clinical fellow in the Association of Marriage & Family
Therapists. He is a trustee of Andover Newton Seminary at Yale Divinity School and retired
Professor of Pastoral Theology at New Brunswick Theological Seminary (NBTS). 
Twitter @WWCA
LinkedIn: Willard Ashley
https://www.yourpsychoanalyst.com
https://therapyforblackmen.org/therapists/willard-ashley-sr/
https://www.abundantjoyministries.com 
https://about.me/WWCA
 
Dr. Ashley served as the first African American Dean of the Seminary at NBTS. Dr. Ashley teaches at Rutgers
University, Hebrew Union College, and the New Jersey Institute for Training in Psychoanalysis.
He is also pastor of Abundant Joy Community Church in Jersey City, NJ and the author of
several books, including, New Rules for Radicals: TNT for Faith-Based Leaders, published by
Judson Press. Dr. Willard Ashley is married to Tanya Pagan Raggio Ashley, MD, FAAP, MPH.
They are the proud parents of an adult son. Together Will and Tanya are emotional support
humans to Serafina their 11-pound Shih Tzu, who won their hearts.
 
 
Mental Health Resources 
Call 211 or visit www.211.org for help finding public services in your area
Suicide Prevention Helpline has someone for you to talk to 24/7 call  (800) - 273 8255
Text GO to 741741 to reach a trained crisis counselor 
Questions for the Host: Email FrontSeatLife@gmail.com 
Click Here to rate & review on Apple Podcast 
Follow or Share this Podcast from Spotify
Add this show to your collection on Pandora.
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How to Heal Communities of Color with Dr. Primm Episode 53 Which "Protective Factors" can you put in place to minimize a loved one's risk of developing a mental illness even after experiencing natural or man-made disasters?
Nearly two months after the May 14th terrorist attack, the Eastside of Buffalo is beginning the process of healing from the disaster that killed 10 and traumatized hundreds of Black people in Western New York. In this episode you will hear from an expert in community healing and cultural humility on how to offer support to your community. 
In honor of Minority Mental Health Awareness month, Coach Kelly Marie is joined by Annelle B. Primm, M.D., MPH, a Baltimore-based community psychiatrist who serves as Senior Medical Director of the Steve Fund, an organization focused on the mental health of young people of color.

Dr. Primm is also co-founder, chair and convener of All Healers Mental Health Alliance (AHMHA), a culturally grounded team responding to the mental health needs of Black and other marginalized communities affected by disasters, both natural and human-caused.
 
This episode is sponsored by BIPOC PEEEEEEK Breaking the Stigma & Silence and Prioritizing Needs. BIPOC PEEEEEEK is hosting the Mental Health in Communities of Color conference on July 13th, 14th and 16th in Rochester, Buffalo and Syracuse NY respectively. Register for this incredible conference today at www.bipocparentvoice.org.  
 

The Symposiums brings together local leaders, regional and national experts, community members, behavioral health providers and stakeholders for a half-day of learning dedicated to addressing mental health and trauma through the lens of equity. The goal is to engage in dialogue to highlight the diversity of needs for both youth and adults across systems and collectively work together to identify strategies to improve care for children and families from diverse backgrounds. The Buffalo event date of July 14th happens to fall on the 60-day mark of the Tops Market massacre and organizers will discuss strategies for long-term plans to address trauma and system level changes.
 
Mental Health Resources 
Call 211 or visit www.211.org for help finding public services in your area
Suicide Prevention Helpline has someone for you to talk to 24/7 call  (800) - 273 8255
Text GO to 741741 to reach a trained crisis counselor 
Questions for the Host: Email FrontSeatLife@gmail.com 
Click Here to rate & review on Apple Podcast 
Follow or Share this Podcast from Spotify
Add this show to your collection on Pandora.
Support the Show with a one-time donation
 
Hosted by Coach Kelly Marie, founder of Front Seat Life LLC
IG @thefrontseatlife FB @thefrontseatlife
Produced by JazzCast Pros Podcast Production Network www.JazzCastPros.com 
IG @Jazzytonair FB @JazzCastPros
#conference #caregiver #MentalHealthMonday #healing #mentalhealth #physicalhealth #BetheLight #FrontSeatLife #JazzCastPros
 
MORE ABOUT DR. PRIMM
Since Hurricane Katrina in 2005, AHMHA has spawned leadership and
collaborative action to promote thriving following disasters such as Superstorm Sandy,
the Flint Water Crisis, the COVID-19 pandemic, and the Buffalo shooting at Tops
supermarket in May 2022.
 
Dr. Primm was formerly Director of the Johns Hopkins Hospital Community Psychiatry
Program. She also served on the executive leadership team of the American
Psychiatric Association (APA) as Deputy Medical Director and Director of its Office of
Minority and National Affairs, now known as the Division of Diversity and Health Equity.
 
She received her undergraduate degree from Harvard University, medical degree from
Howard University, and psychiatric residency training and master’s degree in public
health from Johns Hopkins. Dr. Primm has co-authored numerous peer-reviewed
articles and is co-editor of the books, Disparities in Psychiatric Care and Women in Psychiatry: Personal Perspectives.
Dr. Primm actively provides psychiatric services in Baltimore, Maryland for Hope Health Systems, Inc. and
serves on the board of the Black Mental Health Alliance.
Protecting a Child with Mental Health Issues with Sara Taylor Episode 52 When the cops came to Sara's door for a mental hygiene arrest of her 10-year-old daughter, her heart was racing, and she feared for her child's life. As images Daniel Prude's encounter with police flashed before her eyes, Sara was reminded how things could turn fatal very quickly.
In this episode you'll learn how to protect your loved one in a similar situation and how BIPOC PEEEEEEK founder Sara Taylor is giving parents of kids with mental health challenges a voice in Western New York. 
This episode honoring Bebe Moore Campbell Minority Mental Health Awareness Month is sponsored by BIPOC PEEEEEEK Breaking the Stigma & Silence and Prioritizing Needs. BIPOC PEEEEEEK is hosting the Mental Health in Communities of Color conference on July 13th, 14th and 16th in Rochester, Buffalo and Syracuse NY respectively. Register for this incredible conference today at www.bipocparentvoice.org.  
 

The Symposiums brings together local leaders, regional and national experts, community members, behavioral health providers and stakeholders for a half-day of learning dedicated to addressing mental health and trauma through the lens of equity. The goal is to engage in dialogue to highlight the diversity of needs for both youth and adults across systems and collectively work together to identify strategies to improve care for children and families from diverse backgrounds. The Buffalo event date of July 14th happens to fall on the 60-day mark of the Tops Market massacre and organizers will discuss strategies for long-term plans to address trauma and system level changes.
 
Mental Health Resources 
Call 211 or visit www.211.org for help finding public services in your area
Suicide Prevention Helpline has someone for you to talk to 24/7 call  (800) - 273 8255
Text GO to 741741 to reach a trained crisis counselor 
Questions for the Host: Email FrontSeatLife@gmail.com 
Click Here to rate & review on Apple Podcast 
Follow or Share this Podcast from Spotify
Add this show to your collection on Pandora.
Support the Show with a one-time donation
 
Hosted by Coach Kelly Marie, founder of Front Seat Life LLC
IG @thefrontseatlife FB @thefrontseatlife
Produced by JazzCast Pros Podcast Production Network www.JazzCastPros.com 
IG @Jazzytonair FB @JazzCastPros
#conference #caregiver #MentalHealthMonday #healing #mentalhealth #physicalhealth #BetheLight #FrontSeatLife #JazzCastPros
Mental Health Effects of Racism Episode 51 Whether you've been a victim of racism or care about someone who has, we all have a part to play in acknowledging and dismantling macro and micro-racism in American. In this episode, Coach Kelly Marie delves into the mental health effects of racism. Taking time to define racism and outlining the mental health and physical health effects of racism on the body. 
You can cope with Racism and Racial Trauma by:
Finding a role model
Talking about your experience
Naming what you are feeling as you feel it
Remind yourself that taking time to pause can improve your health
Connect with others who understand what you experience and can provide social supports
Identify your specific triggers
Consider getting involved in activism and problem solving
*This content of this episode is based on the New York State Office of Mental Health fact sheet “The Mental Health Effects of Racism”
Mental Health Resources 
Call 211 or visit www.211.org for help finding public services in your area
Suicide Prevention Helpline has someone for you to talk to 24/7 call  (800) - 273 8255
Text GO to 741741 to reach a trained crisis counselor 
Questions for the Host: Email FrontSeatLife@gmail.com 
 
Click Here to rate & review on Apple Podcast 
Follow or Share this Podcast from Spotify
Add this show to your collection on Pandora.
Support the Show with a one-time donation
 
Hosted by Coach Kelly Marie, founder of Front Seat Life LLC 
Produced by JazzCast Pros Podcast Production Network www.JazzCastPros.com 
IG @Jazzytonair FB @JazzCastPros
 
#MentalHealthMonday #racism #healing #mentalhealth #physicalhealth #BetheLight #FrontSeatLife #JazzCastPros
Hate is Not a Mental Illness Episode 50 After spending weeks helping others deal with the trauma from the massacre at Tops grocery store in Buffalo, NY, coach Kelly Marie sits down to process the hate-filled, racially motivated attack on her city. So many people look at mass shooters as people who suffer from some form of mental illness. In this episode you'll learn why repeating this lie is not only demeaning but also dangerous for the future of America. 
 
In Memory of:
Roberta A. Drury of Buffalo, N.Y. – age 32
Margus D. Morrison of Buffalo, N.Y. – age 52
Andre Mackneil of Auburn, N.Y. – age 53
Aaron Salter of Lockport, N.Y. – age 55
Geraldine Talley of Buffalo, N.Y. – age 62
Celestine Chaney of Buffalo, N.Y. – age 65
Heyward Patterson of Buffalo, N.Y. – age 67
Katherine Massey of Buffalo, N.Y. – age 72
Pearl Young of Buffalo, N.Y. – age 77
Ruth Whitfield of Buffalo, N.Y. – age 86

 
Mental Health Resources 
Best Self Behavioral Health, Buffalo, NY  Phone: (716) 884-0888  www.bestselfwny.org
Call 211 or visit www.211.org for help finding public services in your area
Suicide Prevention Helpline has someone for you to talk to 24/7 call  (800) - 273 8255
Text GO to 741741 to reach a trained crisis counselor 
 
Questions for the Host: Email FrontSeatLife@gmail.com 
 
Click Here to rate & review on Apple Podcast 
Follow or Share this Podcast from Spotify
Add this show to your collection on Pandora.
Support the Show with a one-time donation
 
Hosted by Coach Kelly Marie, founder of Front Seat Life LLC
Produced by JazzCast Pros Podcast Production Network www.JazzCastPros.com 
IG @Jazzytonair FB @JazzCastPros
#MentalHealthMonday #Buffalo #NewYork #HateCrime #Racism  #BetheLight #FrontSeatLife #JazzCastPros
Fostering Greatness with Leah Angel Daniel Episode 49 May is National Foster Care Month, along with National Mental Health Awareness Month so in this episode Coach Kelly Marie teams up with the founder of Fostering Greatness to share an incredible story of heartbreak and triumph in New York's Foster Care System. 
 
About the Guest
Leah Angel Daniel is an educator, writer, visionary, author, inspirational speaker and mentor who is the living epitome of the phrase, “I don't look like what I have been through.” Leah was thrown into New York's foster care system at age 11 and stayed there until adulthood. She currently serves as the Institute Administrator at the University at Buffalo for the Community Health Equity Research Institute and is pursuing a doctoral degree at Saint John Fisher College. 
 
As a former foster care youth, Leah was called to create Fostering Greatness Inc, a 501c3 whose mission is to welcome foster care alumni into a space that supports them in fostering their greatness and exceed the low expectations that society has placed upon them. Located in Western New York, Fostering Greatness assists transitioning foster care youth with life skills, housing stability, education, personal and professional development through access, opportunities and community support.
 
www.FosteringGreatnessInc.org
 
 

Mental Health Resources 
Best Self Child Advocacy Group Address: 556 Franklin St, Buffalo, NY 14202
Phone: (716) 886-5437
Website: www.bestselfwny.org
 
Call 211 or visit www.211.org for help finding public services in your area
Suicide Prevention Helpline has someone for you to talk to 24/7 call  (800) - 273 8255
Text GO to 741741 to reach a trained crisis counselor 
Questions for the Host: Email FrontSeatLife@gmail.com 
Click Here to rate & review on Apple Podcast 
Follow or Share this Podcast from Spotify
Add this show to your collection on Pandora.
Support the Show with a one-time donation
 
Hosted by Coach Kelly Marie, founder of Front Seat Life LLC
Produced by JazzCast Pros Podcast Production Network www.JazzCastPros.com 
IG @Jazzytonair FB @JazzCastPros
#MentalHealthMonday #Buffalo #NewYork #FosteringGreatness #FosterCare  #BetheLight #FrontSeatLife #JazzCastPros
Body Safety & Warning Signs of Child Abuse Episode 48 
Coach Kelly Marie raises awareness of child abuse in this episode by providing ways to have a conversation with your child about body safety and warning signs of child abuse. 
Always take children’s talk of being abused seriously. Call 911 or child protective services immediately!
If you have questions or are unsure what to do, call the Childhelp National Child Abuse Hotline at 1-800-4-A-CHILD. 
5 RULES TO TEACH YOUR CHILD ABOUT BODY SAFETY
Tell your child “You are the boss of your body. If someone touches you in a way that makes you uncomfortable, say NO, get away, and tell me.”
Teach your child the proper names for their body parts.
Explain that private parts are those that are covered by bathing suits and that they should stay covered. Say “it’s not OK for others to look at or touch your private parts unless that person is your doctor or me.”
Let your child know that no one should ask him/her to keep a secret and that it’s never OK to keep secrets from you, especially if your child is scared or uncomfortable.
Tell your child to “speak up” if someone is making them feel anxious or uncomfortable.
Know the warning signs of child abuse:
Unexplained or suspicious bruises, welts,
burns, or fractures
Unkempt or malnourished appearance
Depression, anxiety, or sudden mood swings
Disturbed sleep
Abrupt changes in behavior (eating habits, school performance, withdrawal, aggression)
Fear of a certain person or place
Self-harm or suicide attempts
Wetting or soiling accidents not related to toilet training
Pain during urination and/or bowel movements
Sexually transmitted diseases or urinary tract infection
Discoloration or scarring of genital area
Unusual knowledge of body parts or sex
Acting out sexually with toys or other children

 
Mental Health Resources 
Best Self Child Advocacy Group Address: 556 Franklin St, Buffalo, NY 14202
Phone: (716) 886-5437
Website: www.bestselfwny.org
 
Call 211 or visit www.211.org for help finding public services in your area
Suicide Prevention Helpline has someone for you to talk to 24/7 call  (800) - 273 8255
Text GO to 741741 to reach a trained crisis counselor 
Questions for the Host: Email FrontSeatLife@gmail.com 
Click Here to rate & review on Apple Podcast 
Follow or Share this Podcast from Spotify
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Surviving Child Abuse Episode 47 April is Child Abuse Awareness month. Coach Kelly Marie is interviewed by WUFO Host Kerry Sanders on Senior Moments radio show where she shares her story of childhood sexual abuse and why it's important for adults to recognize the signs. 
Always take children’s talk of being abused seriously. Call 911 or child protective services immediately!
If you have questions or are unsure what to do, call the Child help National Child Abuse Hotline at 1-800-4-A-CHILD. 
Did you know?
5 children die each day due to abuse
Children that live in homes with domestic violence are 1500 times more likely to be abused
The average age of reporting abuse in the US is 54 years old
700,000 children are abused each year in the US
Child Advocacy Centers provide prevention education to over 2 million people per year

 
Mental Health Resources 
Best Self Child Advocacy Group Address: 556 Franklin St, Buffalo, NY 14202
Phone: (716) 886-5437
Website: www.bestselfwny.org
 
Call 211 or visit www.211.org for help finding public services in your area
Suicide Prevention Helpline has someone for you to talk to 24/7 call  (800) - 273 8255
Text GO to 741741 to reach a trained crisis counselor 
 
Questions for the Host: Email FrontSeatLife@gmail.com 
Click Here to rate & review on Apple Podcast 
Follow or Share this Podcast from Spotify
Add this show to your collection on Pandora.
Support the Show with a one-time donation
 
Hosted by Coach Kelly Marie, founder of Front Seat Life LLC
Produced by JazzCast Pros Podcast Production Network www.JazzCastPros.com 
IG @Jazzytonair FB @JazzCastPros
#ChildAbuseAwarenessMonth #Advocate #SexualAbuse #StrangerDanger #TrustedAdult
#MentalHealthMonday #Buffalo #NewYork #BetheLight #FrontSeatLife #JazzCastPros
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