1. She worked with homelessness so much that her unique perspective might change yours. Amanda Blackwood presents: The Trauma Survivors 32:47

When Nicole Hanson interviewed on my podcast back in December, it was a magical day. She was such a shining light that I immediately bought a copy of her book for a friend, and told my husband I wanted one for myself (which he gave me for Christmas). But she did something else, too. Nicole Hanson spoke with a young lady by the name of Leigh Lincoln who had worked so extensively with assistance in finding support, housing, and basic needs for those facing homelessness.  She also assisted with first-time home buyer programs, community outreach programs, and neighborhood task forces. Then she wrote a fantastic book from the perspective of a homeless woman. Her heart changed the minds of others, and it might touch your life, too. 

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Amanda Blackwood is an accomplished artist and author, public speaker, podcast host, trauma recovery mentor and a survivor of human trafficking. A portion of every book sale goes to help fight human trafficking. Amanda lives in Denver, Colorado with her rescue cats and supportive husband who keep her sane.