We’re joined on the Starline by an author who has written about the alleged misdeeds and misfortune caused by the men in her family in “Surviving My Birthright”. She now is a consultant on the Discovery + series “House of Hammer”. We welcome Casey Hammer.
Casey, let’s go Beyond the Mic. Why was taking part of “House of Hammer” so important for you?
My wife is a former kitchen designer at Lowes. I understand the puzzle you found in kitchen design. Everything has a piece and place?
How has writing your book and consulting with “House of Hammer” help you in your own mental state & your own health with what you have had to endure all these years?
As people dug deeper into your family, what emotions did you feel as people finally pushed the curtain to the side and see what you’ve dealt with in your life?
You probably could have over 30 hours of content. Males in youtr family treated like royalty. What’s your favorite memory of your mother?
Can you ever forgive your nephew?
One Big Question:
You are on a path of hope and reclaiming your own identity. Have you found peace yet?
You can see “House of Hammer” on Discovery + Casey Hammer, thank you for taking the time to talk with us today.
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