We were chuffed to bits to hear that Raising Teens guest Ceri Walker spoke at the House of Commons earlier this month about deciding to “say yes to everything” and making it her mission to “be the voice of children of alcoholics”. Part of that meant that she said yes to us when we asked her to come on our BBC Sussex programme and talk about being the child of an alcoholic, something she mentions in this inspiring clip of her speech in the House.
A short clip from my speech for @NacoaUK— Ceri Walker (@dreamingofeden_) February 14, 2020
💙About the life changing moment I had listening to @Fearnecotton Happy place with @rustyrockets
🔆Saying yes to everything
💙 The difference Nacoa’s support could have made
🔆How happy it made me to get @CalumBest wearing my T-shirt😆 pic.twitter.com/3HlJmYaFy5
Ceri helps to promote the amazing work that NACOA does to give support and a voice to children of alcoholics.
Listen to Ceri on Raising Teens: Teens, Parents & Booze on BBC Sounds
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