In This Episode
If you’re a parent, you’ll want to listen to Sambath Meas’ Story. She’s our special guest for today.
You want your kid be a successful, resilience and happy, right?
Sambath Meas graduated from Loyola University of Chicago with a bachelor’s degree in Political Science. Sambath is an amazing successful woman and is an author of a book calls, “The Governor’s Daughter”.
But her life back then was nothing like now.
At eight years old, Sambath Meas had already survived the Killing Fields during Pol Pot communist regime, lived in many refugee camps, starved and had very difficult life hat no child should not experience.
Arriving in America with her family thinking that she had escaped the war zone and start the new a life in the Paradise.
But where her family was placed, it was not quite the Paradise as many view America.
This young innocent girl had to fight for her life, again! She was bullied and called all sort of names by other kids her age.
Nonetheless, Sambath Meas muscled all her courage to fight back.
Please enjoy listen to our conversation how she did it and so much much more.
You’ll discover from Sambath Meas – A True Story Of Courage and Stand-Up For Self Of A Refugee Girl, part 1 of 2:
- A glimpse into real life challenges before and after coming to America as a refugee.
- What to do if your loved ones have posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
- How to get your parents to tell their stories. (Note: Especially when they’re an old school and private persons.)
- What it takes to stand up against bully.
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