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Author: Melissa Carter

Have you ever wondered what exactly that dream last night meant? Most have gone to a dream dictionary once or twice, but Sweet Georgia Pam is different.  She joined "She Persisted" to analyze some of Melissa's dreams and show how her intuitive abilities take the...

[caption id="attachment_526" align="aligncenter" width="300"] courtesy of US Weekly[/caption] This photo was taken by Georgia makeup artist Brittney Nelson while shopping at Sephora.  Her post on Facebook prompted nearly 20,000 comments and a heated debate about parenting.  What do you say about parents and kids in stores and...

[caption id="attachment_523" align="aligncenter" width="300"] courtesy Joann Falletta Facebook[/caption] As important a subject as history is, it's a shame that so many women have been left out of it.  But JoAnn Falletta, music director for the Virginia Symphony Orchestra, has dedicated her life to changing that and will be...

An obstetrician in Tennessee delivered a baby on Halloween while dressed as the Joker! Dr. Paul Locus assured the new parents he would change out of the costume before heading into the delivery room, but they asked him not to! Learn more and see pictures here...

Many children have no idea if they'll have anything to eat for dinner once school lets out.  David Newman from Operation Lunchbox joined the show to discuss how he helps these kids, and what his mother did to influence his direction in life. To learn more,...

Divorce can be a painful and confusing experience.  Mandy Mobley Li joined Melissa to talk about founding Quilt of Ashes and how her previous consulting and negotiation experience with Deloitte and IBM and her MBA degree from the MIT Sloan School of Management is a...

The first African-American astronaut will join the crew of the International Space Station next year, and it's a woman! Forty-six-year-old Jeanette Epps will launch in May 2018 to be a flight engineer on Expedition 56, and will remain on board the ISS for Expedition 57. Epps posted...

[caption id="attachment_510" align="aligncenter" width="300"] courtesy of NPR[/caption] If you're like Melissa, your childhood bookshelves were filled with titles like Are You There God, It's Me Margaret, Blubber, and Tales of a 4th Grade Nothing.   Judy Blume was a staple of your growing up, and now...