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Gay Hendricks & Val Walker on Scott Cluthe's Positively Incorrect!

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Gay Hendricks, internationally famous author, seminar leader, filmmaker and more, joins Scott Cluthe in the first 30 minutes of tonight’s show to discuss his NYT best seller Five Wishes: How Answering One Simple Question Can make Your Dreams Come True(New World Library). Gay says of 5 Wishes,”In my thirties I received the gift of a conversation that changed my life. At the heart of that conversation was a certain question. Answering it gave me a life blessed with love, happiness and wealth, a life in which all my dreams came true.Now, I want to offer you the same gift, in hopes you will use its power to create your own fulfilled life. ” Gay’s book, FIVE WISHES, tells the story of the conversation, the question, and the unusual ways his five wishes all came true. Scott interviews Val Walker in the second half of tonight’s show. The Art of Comforting:What to Say and Do for People in Distress is the new book from Val Walker. To truly “be there” for others -Even on hectic days, by pausing for a few minutes to listen, we can be a comforting presence for someone in distress. Through writing, speaking and teaching, Val Walker’s mission is to guide us as comforters, strengthening our abilities to support people facing loss, crisis and illness. Val holds a Master of Science degree in Rehabilitation Counseling from Virginia Commonwealth University, with specialized study in grief, loss and disability. Previously, as a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor, she has guided Veterans Affairs clients with service-related disabilities in their major transitions from military to civilian life. She has facilitated bereavement support groups at the Massey Cancer Center, Medical College of Virginia, and served there also as an interviewer/researcher in a national study of grief and depression.

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