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Dr. Don Bartlette

Host: Dr. James Dobson

November 29, 2018

Bullying is an all too common issue in our culture. On this broadcast of Family Talk, hear from a speech from Dr. Don Bartlette as he shares what it felt like to grow up unwanted and ridiculed. He recounts the agony of rejection and then the hope that he found when one woman showed him that he had value. Its a compelling account of the power of our words and actions.

Meet the Guest

 

Dr. Don Bartlette

Dr. Don Bartlette is a full-time public speaker who travels extensively sharing several presentations related to his life story, Macaroni at Midnight, an autobiographical profile of his childhood. He is Native American, married and the father of 7 daughters and one son. For nearly 40 years, he has spoken all over North America and other countries. He has been featured on radio and television programs and his life story has been portrayed in a stage drama and a song. Dr. Bartlette is a social worker, counselor, and educator, with over 20 years of experience in working with minority children, abused clients, and disabled persons.

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