Coping with apartheid and racism in South Africa - with Beryl Crosher-Segers
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Imagine a world in which you're categorized according to skin colors, in which authorities put a pencil through your hair and see if it sticks to determine whether you're black, white, or colored. Not to mention other racial atrocities. 

This world still existed 30 years ago in South Africa and was called apartheid. Today's podcast guest Beryl Crosher-Segers and her husband fled their home country to seek a better life for themselves and their family in Australia.

However, she wasn't able to leave behind the racism she had experienced in South Africa. Traumatic memories resurfaced even 30 years later and Beryl had to find a way to break through the limiting beliefs and struggles South Africa's former political system had placed upon her.

Find out how she managed to do this in this episode and also listen along as we discuss:

- why she made the decision to leave South Africa rather than fight for equality

- what people who are not being discriminated against can do to help fight racism

- how others can cope with racism they've experienced

- her healing journey with holistic therapy.

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