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Sharon Hersh

Host: Dr. James Dobson

September 22, 2020

Many teen girls struggle with body-image issues because of society's unattainable standards of beauty. Dr. James Dobson talks to licensed counselor, Sharon Hersh, about her insightful book, Mom, I Hate My Life, and they discuss the warning signs of common harmful behaviors.

Meet the Guest

 

Sharon Hersh

Sharon Hersh is a licensed professional counselor, author, speaker, teacher and certified life coach. In 2012, she was appointed as adjunct professor of counseling at Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando. She has taught both undergraduate and graduate counseling courses at many universities, including Denver Seminary, Colorado Christian University, Metropolitan State University of Denver and The Seattle School of Theology and Psychology. Sharon has an active private counseling practice where she helps individuals, couples and families who struggle with various issues. She is the author of several books, including Begin Again, Believe Again, Brave Hearts, and The Last Addiction. Sharon has two grown children and resides in Lone Tree, CO.

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