By Fey Ugokwe, Esq.
If you ever thought that all talking heads were icebox-frosty, helmet-headed neutrons, who solely deliver the daily dirt Data-like-unblinkingly, and then stiffly retreat to their android chambers at night, then you clearly haven't met Emmy, Peabody, and Gracie Award-Winning T.V. Anchor/Journalist Cindy Morrison--so indeed this "The PPI Women of Power Hours" interview with her, http://tobtr.com/s/1191583 is the one to chew on for you. Morrison opens up about her depression after covering the tragic event and aftermath of the Oklahoma City Bombing; poignantly reveals how her health, home, and career were contemporaneously severely threatened; and dishes on how she survived the ultimate sabotage from a female news frenemie. Now a sought-after public speaker, consultant, and the highly successful author of "Girlfriends 2.0", a media-heralded, semi-autobiographical self-help book, http://www.cindywmorrison.com Morrison proves that even in the lives of those who deliver the media, off-camera can often be just as heart-wrenching and newsworthy as on.