Lessons from a reformed fraudster – Finding healing and self-forgiveness

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Doctor Claudelle von Eck in an interview with Brad Sadler. Brad was convicted of fraud and had undergone a transformation process to where he is now – avidly spreading the word that fraud only brings negative dividends to the fraudster. In this first of two interviews, Dr Claudelle and Brad Sadler discuss whether fraudsters can be reformed and what one needs to do to reform yourself when you have wronged society. Brad has an honest conversation about the pain he caused and how he dealt with it. He provides crucial advice to those who have taken a wrong turn in life and guides them on how to find self-forgiveness and become an asset in society. You can come back from a major mistake.

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