Courage 2 Overcome

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Monday (200) 10:00 pm 11:00 pm

Interesting, Educational, and Supportive to Families

"Courage to Overcome" will feature families or persons who have shown courage to overcome disability challenges and go beyond what the medical personnel or others thought they could do. It will be addressing autism, downs syndrome, cerebral palsy, learning disorders, and other medical challenges that are difficult for families to deal with. Cheryl will be addressing some of the problems families face and offer some solutions to make life easier. There is an incredible line-up of people who will make it interesting, educational, and supportive to families. You won't want to miss an episode!


This is Cheryl Ginnings, CRS. My skills and areas of expertise include relationship marketing, public speaking, writing, real estate and business consulting and helping families with special needs children.  My professional title is CEO and Founder at Cheryl Ginnings Consulting, which specializes in consulting and public speaking. I received my Bachelor of Arts, Magna Cum Laude in Communications from Sam Houston State University. While in school, I produced a video, “Communication Difficulties Families Have with Special Needs Children.”  I now share my knowledge as a Real Estate and Business Consultant. I am a host on a BBM (Tune-in) show, “Courage to Overcome.”

I am currently involved with the National Speakers Association, Toastmasters, Lawton Business Women, SW Women’s Professional Network and Entre Nous. My hobbies and interests include spending time with my children and five grandchildren, traveling, reading and writing. I am passionate helping families with special needs children and about charitable organizations such as United Cerebral Palsy and YMCA-Lawton, among others. I contributed to four books: #LOVE: A NEW GENERATION OF HOPE; THE CHANGE 5, #LOVE: A NEW GENERATION OF HOPE CONTINUES; THE SUCCESS CHRONICLES. I am featured in Woman of Distinction magazine January 2016.


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  1. Cheryl Ginnings   On   March 14, 2016 at 2:37 pm

    If you are interested in being interviewed on the program because you are working with or caring for someone who is full-time care, please let me know. You can go on my website and find more information.
    I am setting up a club to be able to let people connect with each other to offer support for the challenges they have gone through. Let you know more as that happens. Keep posted!

    • Cheryl Ginnings   On   March 26, 2018 at 6:37 pm

      Why do so many families hide the challenges they face until it is almost too late to help them solve it? Communication is broken in many homes. It is also boken with families and therapists and doctors, teachers, etc. Let’s work together and help find what is wrong. Connect with me.

  2. Tammy Fawcett   On   June 28, 2016 at 1:21 am

    Hello i work as home care nurse and have many stories been though 27 yrs marriage son learning disabilities..severe.. iep ..i know lots anout school system ..lost child at borth and miscarriages ..had a miracle visit with jesus and mary in a hospial .so my realm gpes from 102 yr old old vets or bomb survivors from england and other areas these are perks of my job.also have best friend with son with aitism i have helped look after alot ..

  3. Kathy Butler   On   August 11, 2016 at 11:27 am

    Hello Cheryl:
    I am so inspired by your radio show! Your recent show topic on PTSD was outstanding. Thank you for all you do to support and encourage involement in important life and social issues in your community and in the world. I would like to connect. Please feel free to contact me.

    • Cheryl Ginnings   On   August 11, 2016 at 6:10 pm

      Thanks, Kathy! I would love to connect I have been trying to finish a book on — IT TAKES COURAGE TO BE A CAREGIVER. I was hoping to get it out by Aug.1, but going through intensive training to be a coach to help with PTSD and stop the high number of suicides has been intense. Please connect with me on Linked IN and FB. I am glad to connect. Cheryl

  4. Susan Hamilton   On   September 19, 2016 at 9:12 pm

    Cheryl, I had twins 24 years ago. One had seizures at birth and it has literally taken us those 24 years to finally figure out what’s going on in his brain and it’s still surprising sometimes. I would love to talk to you about the ups and downs and extreme FRUSTRATIONS of raising a child, that to everyone else, seems “normal.”

    • Cheryl Ginnings   On   October 6, 2016 at 1:37 pm

      I am working on getting this even bigger and in a podcast. Thanks for asking about this. You can also go to: and sign up for free pdf. I would love to visit with you more. Let me know how to reach you and plan some information just for you.

    • Cheryl Ginnings   On   June 11, 2018 at 10:13 pm

      Hey, I just saw ths post. Sorry! I have been working on getting another way to share the shows so that you can hear them about certain topics.
      I will send you a link to them when I get them uploaded. Thanks for the compliment! Next week is the 100th show and I will have a man who was
      paralyzed playing football and told he would never walk, but can! He is amazing and a positive upbeat person!!! Tune in then~

  5. Johnf714   On   September 22, 2016 at 6:44 am

    Hiya, I am really glad I have found this information. Nowadays bloggers publish just about gossips and web and this is really annoying. A good blog with interesting content, that is what I need. Thanks for keeping this website, I’ll be visiting it. Do you do newsletters? Can not find it. cdcfcagdkbgg

    • Cheryl Ginnings   On   October 6, 2016 at 1:40 pm

      I am working on getting this even bigger and in a podcast and newsletters. Thanks for asking about this. You can also go to: and sign up for free pdf. I would love to visit with you more. Let me know how to reach you and plan some information just for you. I have some blogs, so I wlltry to get them on the website.

    • Cheryl Ginnings   On   December 8, 2016 at 6:29 pm

      I hope you will keep listening. I have some blogs and working to put things in one place. I also have been working on getting these programs on iTunes. Keep listening. New things are coming all the time. I have a new book out right away on Amazon and Barnes and Nobel. IT TAKES COURAGE TO BE A CAREGIVER! Hope you will find it useful and want to share it with many.

  6. April Roga   On   September 28, 2016 at 7:16 pm

    Cheryl, thank you so much for allowing me the opportunity to be a guest on your show this week as we discussed the importance of supporting each other through the Netfriending movement. I am in Knoxville, TN and mom to a sweet little 6 yr old boy, nonverbal and on the autism spectrum. I’m really excited about collaborating with my business partner, Roy Montero, to build **the first of its kind** people search engine that will help special needs parents find the greatest resource of all – EACH OTHER!!!

    If anyone would like to know more about our Netfriending movement, please check out my Facebook Live show every Sunday at 2:30pm ET at … let’s connect so we can find out what we have in common and how we can help each other!!!

  7. Cheryl   On   October 12, 2016 at 3:02 pm

    Voncile, you will love one of the programs where I had a nutritionist explain how eating healthy helped her daughter with ADD and ADHD avoid drugs. Yes, nutrition is very important! Thanks for your input!

  8. Cheryl   On   January 2, 2017 at 10:02 pm

    Happy New Year from Cheryl!! If you want to get more information about being coached, you can reach her at or If you want to write a note,
    Her new book was just released on Amazon: It Takes Courage To Be A Caregiver is a #1 New Release for Special Needs Parenting on the first day. Cheryl is a life coach and will be glad to talk to you about helping you reach your new goals and find ways to work around the obstacles you are facing. Let her know you need help!

  9. Robin Cordle   On   July 24, 2017 at 9:24 pm

    Clay Stephenson has had an impact in my life since I was a freshman in High School. I am now 40 years old and he still to this day encourages me to be the best I can be and to live life to the fullest. He is a great person and I love you my friend.

  10. Clay Stephenson   On   July 26, 2017 at 1:20 am

    Cheryl, Thank you for having me on your show Monday July 24th 2017 show#61. I hope it was able to help some folks. Thank you for your Impact to our world.

    My information in case someone missed it.
    Book: Impact to Impactor 2nd edition by Clay Stephenson is available at:
    Facebook: facebook/impact all inc.
    Phone: 747-477-5344

  11. Cheryl Ginnings   On   June 21, 2018 at 1:18 am

    Keep listening and if you have some issues that you feel would make good topics, let me know. I am always looking for great ideas that will help families. We can never do too much to help each other and offer comfort, courage and encouragement to one another.If you need some coaching for the challenges to move forward, please know I would do my best to support you.

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