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Hello, this is Traci S. Campbell – http://traciscampbell.com
I am a native of Baltimore, Maryland. As an IT consultant, I traveled to various cities for years taking on many projects. I eventually took up residence in Austin,TX for 3.5 years and now I reside in Chicago, IL. It was here in Chi-town, that I met and married the love of my life, Kevin Campbell. :-) Earlier this year, I founded the non-profit organization, The C.H.A.M.P. Community Project. Our mission will be the help promote The C.H.A.M.P. Within concept to at risks schools, rehab centers, shelters, and churches. We will partner with other community organizations to assist in addressing the mental and emotional health of teens, tweens, and their families.
In these very tough economic times, emotions and mindsets are stressed out and challenged to the MAX! This is especially true for teens, pre-teens, and single parents. In this day and age of reality TV...wouldn't you like to finally see a show or program that is not only entertaining, but actually (and I mean REALLY) help families going through tough emotional and mental trials? AND ... see these same folks…
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Following the lives of teen celebrities such as Taylor Lautner or Miley Cyrus are part of the normal past time for the average teenager today. While on the surface this may sound like the sort of thing we'd expect a young person to be doing with their time, this behavior can also lead to some major psychological issues that have far-reaching effects. In a recent study of…
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Single parenting can be a lonesome hard life but it also can be very rewarding. Children are wonderful. I was so blessed to have my husband with me for 30 years so when I lost him my child was grown. Some people are not that lucky and have to raise their children without a spouse. Support groups are a wonderful way to help people through tough times. We need to help and encourage others through sad times. I support your efforts, Traci!
I look forward to staying connected with you.
Thank you for the nice comments. I wouldn't qualify as a single parent, but of course, I do support your efforts. I have been married for nearly 29 years, so I'm very fortunate in that respect. We have two grown children.
Best of luck with your new book.
It would be my pleasure to tune in. What are the days and times of airing so I can participate.
Thanks for the reply. Congratulations on your soon released book!
My book is scheduled to be released this spring. I think its great what you are doing with single parents. May doors of opportunities and favor open for you. Look forward to connecting with you and sharing marketing and promotional ideas.
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