Kathryn Interviewed gymnast Aly Raisman live on Dec. 3rd at University at Albany
Episode #5763
July 25th, 2018
Resiliency through Wellness
As a child growing up in a suburb of Pittsburgh the concept of being middle class seemed out of reach for Saeeda Hafiz. The home she grew up in, plagued by domestic violence and drug use, was a world away from the middle class ideal of some of her classmates. Hafiz shares her story of becoming her first sibling to graduate college, and how her pursuit of learning to cook macrobiotic food and practicing meditation and yoga has helped her recover from chronic health conditions and heal from the family trauma she has inherited.
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