Episode #9 When The Pill Is Bitter
Since this episode was recorded, Janice died on March 2, 2019. May her powerful story live on in our hearts and souls.
“I'm powerful because I was weak. You have to experience the opposite to appreciate strength.”
Janice Freeman experienced more challenges before age 14 than most. Sexual abuse, physical abuse, and depression sent her spiraling toward suicide. After barely surviving a long-term critical illness, she found hope through her faith and a church family. Her life started to turn around until…she was betrayed by the very people she thought she could trust. Physically suffering from her own anger, she decided to pursue healing from the inside out.
This podcast explores the questions: When does justice become toxic? Does forgiving mean condoning? What is the importance of self-worth?
Listen to this amazing hero's journey where Janice releases her right to bitterness, and takes back all that was stolen.
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The neo-soul artist from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, Janice Freeman is the voice the nations have yet to hear. The soulfulness and round sounds of her vocal range are memorable, as proven with her trek on the 13th season of The Voice in which she finished in the Top 11.
Her new single “You” was released in February of last year and she’s currently working on a studio project due to release next year.
You can follow Janice and learn more about her show schedule on Instagram.
THIS EPISODE IS SPONSORED BY THESE GENEROUS PATRONS:
GENE & SUSAN MILLER • JOHN & KAREN FERRARO • ROBIN SEVERN-FISCHETTE • PETER & SUSAN SVENSK