Silence is
no longer golden.

Break the cycle of violence and abuse

Little Lori's Champion

Laurean Callander

Survivor of childhood & adulthood bullying. Emotional & physical abuse. Raised by a sociopathic mother. Finally breaking the chains of trauma at 45.
Let my story be your breakthrough.
3%

Of All American Adults are Sociopaths*

* Find out why Americans admire sociopaths: phsycologytoday.com

Why you should listen
In 2017, after discovering she had hundreds of thousands of dollars stolen and uncovering the gripping truth of her childhood woes – that her mother is a sociopath – she started to uncover how 45 years of untreated recurring trauma affects people – and vowed to bring awareness to the dangerous secrets we keep locked behind closed doors.
Laurean Callander started savelori.org to bring hope and healing to those affected with childhood or adulthood bullying, physical or emotional abuse – all of which she has endured. Savelori.org aims to bring hope and healing to the Victims, their Champions, the Bullies and the Silent Witnesses. Through a shocking story of toxic recurring trauma, incest, natural disasters and flat out evil, her story is one of hope, resilience and victory.
“By sharing my story, I hope to encourage just one person to lift another up when they are their weakest – especially if you are strangers, afraid or simply don’t know how. That’s when we need each other the most.”
Within the podcasts you will find tools, resources, interviews and hope from people who have walked in your shoes. Just a short listen every now and then will empower you to make a difference at that moment when you are needed the most.
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Resources & Getting Help Now
You can save a life by reporting child abuse. Contact the Childhelp National Child Abuse Hotline at 1-800-422-4453 to report suspected abuse.
To contact your own state's helpline to report abuse or neglect, visit childwelfare.gov
Adults in need of a lifeline NOW can contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at (800) 273-8255
Adults in domestic abuse crisis right NOW can contact The National Domestic Violence Hotline at (800) 799-7233