Author looks to reach those crying on the inside
Writer/radio show host Darlene Hunter takes her personal hardships and uses them to encourage others.
Franklinville, NJ – Darlene Hunter, Author of "Overcoming the Obstacles, Releasing the Winner in You", has landed her own radio talk show titled "The Darlene Hunter Show", Motivating Real People through Real Issues. The show is being produced by RKelly Media Enterprises, which will debut on Sunday, September 9th and air every Sunday on the Fishbowl Radio Network from 10 PM -12 AM Est.
The purpose of the show is to make life changing differences in the lives of others by reaching those who are crying on the inside, but have no one to turn to, to be the listening ear to those who are struggling with life issues and to refer those in need to resources that will help them. Dr. Darricka Carter says, "It is the perfect time to have this type of show with so many people hurting and struggling with so many issues".
In the mist of today's economic hardships, increased unemployment, foreclosures, separations and divorce many people are struggling in all areas of life. They are depressed, discouraged, dejected, downtrodden, heartbroken, desperate and lonely. They need to be encouraged, inspired and motivated to continue to push forward and know that there is still hope. Darlene will discuss such issues as divorce, additions, sexual abuse, death, domestic violence and much more.
The show is already "booked" up to January 2013 with guest from all around the world looking to help Darlene motivate and encourage others with their remarkable stories. Darlene plans to have Author and Championship coach Tony Dungy, as well as, Halle Berry and Jennifer Hudson on the show sharing their stories to encourage and help others to move forward.
For more information about "The Darlene Hunter Show" or about the book "Overcoming the Obstacles" call Darlene Hunter at 609-636-2988.
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