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Red Carpet Courage:

Badass Women at Any Age

Suzy Unger, one of the pioneers of reality TV, has been a dealmaker in the biggest and  most prestigious agency in the world.  During her twenty-seven years in the television business,  she has had the unfailing instinct to discover talent, create and package legendary reality  television programming, and represent some of the biggest names in Hollywood.  Suzy lived a red-carpet life. What she didn’t know was that she was dying from anorexia nervosa. After an  almost deadly struggle, she checked herself into inpatient treatment.  It was then and there, after eight months, that she  decided to TRANSITION her own life.  At the age of 50, she decided to change other people’s lives  in the same way she had changed her own. She went to grad school and became a psychotherapist. As a fierce ally to the community, she completed her clinical hours at the Los  Angeles LGBT Center where she instituted the first eating disorder/body awareness therapy  group/ She then went on to lecture and speak on the subject and is passionate about new  beginnings, new stories, and new pathways.  

The Rant with Barbara Brooker

Barbara Rose Brooker - "Author, age activist, founder of and her latest bestselling novel LOVE, SOMETIMES about ageism in Hollywood, published 2020, is coming out inaudible. Welcomes JD Fuller and Suzy Unger to discuss THE VERDICT, the Breonna Taylor verdict, as well as White Supremacy that is running our country. Also discussed, how we must come together and stop the hate and accusations against one another.

Lisa Williams - In Search Of

What is it like when you have all the titles of what appears to be a successful life? You have a flourishing career with powerful and famous clients. The big house with a pool. An amazing husband. And yet, what you don't have is yourself.

I recently chatted with my dear friend, Suzy Unger, previously a top Hollywood agent, about her journey of nearly dying from an eating disorder to becoming a therapist. I think you will find our conversation inspiring. I know I did.

The Rant with Barbara Brooker

Suzy Unger - Karen Moss Hale discuss with JD Fuller (Justice) an age-old problem - Injustice for the Black Community - How can we walk in their shoes?

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