The healing journey – Prince Albert Daily Herald

April 25, 2017

At the low points in her life, Jorgina Sunn never thought she would be where she is today.

From her time in foster homes, to the racism and bullying she experienced at school, to life as a drug addict on the streets of Calgary, to her time as a gang member, Sunn has experienced a lot of low points.

However, it’s those experiences that give her the drive and determination to do what she does today.

“I think that it’s almost ironic that I draw now on those moments when I had absolutely no hope,” Sunn said during an interview on Saturday. “There were many, many days and nights … that I had in that state and in that place.”

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