Unlearning Shame with Ashley C. Ford
When Ashley C. Ford was growing up, money was tight, home life was unstable and a current of shame ran through it all. We talk to Ashley about unlearning that shame; reconciling her family relationships; coming into her own and sharing it all in her bestselling memoir, Somebody’s Daughter.
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