Ariel Gliboff is the Founder and Executive Director of The Emotional Abuse Discussion nonprofit and the host of the Domestic Violence Discussion podcast, which is focused on domestic abuse from the perspective of a survivor.
As a first-generation Chinese American, Ariel’s goal is to create educational tools for survivors of color. She is also an Ironwoman and has a focus on exercise as a form of self-care.
Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn:
- Ariel Gliboff talks about her Emotional Abuse Discussion nonprofit and explains why she started the Domestic Violence Discussion podcast
- Why Ariel’s focus is tailored towards people of color and how the nonprofit has been helping women
- Ariel talks about domestic abuse during the pandemic and how she realized she was in an abusive relationship
- How Ariel finds guests for her podcast and the ways she has been helping survivors
- Ariel’s current and future plans for her nonprofit — and how you can offer them support
- What Ariel does for self-care, the best piece of advice she has received from a mentor, and her advice for women who have been in an abusive relationship
- Ariel talks about her superpower and shares her contact details
In this episode…
Are you confident to go for what you want instead of what others think you need to have? Are you willing — and ready — to chase after your dreams regardless of what your friends and family say?
Some children grow up in households or communities that teach them to do what their parents want, even though it may not be what they want for themselves, and this often leads to unhappy and miserable lives as adults. Ariel Gliboff found herself in this situation but decided to change and follow her own path. She made a decision to go for what she wanted and now lives a happy and fulfilled life.
In this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show, Andrea Heuston is joined by Ariel Gliboff, the Founder and Executive Director of The Emotional Abuse Discussion, to talk about the effects of emotional abuse and how Ariel has been helping survivors heal. They also talk about the importance of being kind to yourself, practicing self-care, and what actions women can take to live happier lives.
Resources Mentioned in this episode
- Artitudes Design
- The Emotional Abuse Discussion
- The Emotional Abuse Discussion on Instagram
- The Emotional Abuse Discussion on Facebook
- The Emotional Abuse Discussion Donation Page
- The Domestic Violence Discussion podcast
Sponsor for this episode…
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