Bring the Conversation to Light

Susan E Foster, Honorary Chair for Jordan Elizabeth Harris Foundation “Bring the Conversation to Light Event.

I am humbled and honored to be this year’s Honorary Chair for The Jordan Elizabeth Harris Foundation 7th Annual Bring the Conversation to Light Virtual Luncheon!


Erasing the stigma of depression and suicide is more important now than ever! Please join me for a ONE HOUR virtual event helping to bring to light the conversation about mental health in the Tarrant County community and beyond. Held on November 18 from 12 – 1 PM, this event will offer impactful speakers and an opportunity to get trained on easy ways to intervene in mental health crises. I will share about losing my 21 year old son to suicide and what I wish I’d known that I learned through the Jordan Elizabeth Harris Foundation.

BE THE SPARK! Register now for the event! Please select MY name as YOUR table captain. Or contact me with any questions. I hope to see you there!

360 West Magazine

For the many women (and men) stuck at home with abusers, children to care for, and the current stress of survival overall, domestic violence survivor, Susan E Foster, author of the new book Charming Impossibles: How Ordinary Angels Help Free the Hopelessly Stuck (Clovercroft Publishing) provides tips, advice, strategies, and resources to help them escape the invisible strings of abusers.

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Spouse Abuse

The Truth About Abusers, Abuse, and What to Do

How to spot an abusive partner before it’s too late.

More than 3 million incidents of domestic violence are reported each year, including both men and women. Nearly 20 people per minute are physically abused by an intimate partner in the United States. During one year, this equates to more than 10 million people. One-third of women and one-fourth of men will have experienced some sort of interpersonal violence, and for one-fourth of women and one-seventh of men, it’s severe.

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