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Inspiration Nation welcomes fellow Tampa Bay writer, Mary Jane Cronin, author of A Caregiver Connection
With people living somuch longer these days, the result is often "longer not better" with ailments and limitations requiring someone to step in and help with personal care. Proving care and support to both mychildren and my parents with a little extra padding on the hips for goodmeasure. A Caregiver Connection was created following my ten years working with hospice. Realizing that caregiver, both personal or family caregivers and professionals who work in the healthcarefield often ignore their own care and go into providing care with littlepreparation. This guidebook offers chapters on exploring your feelings as acaregiver, self-care, and types of care communities and how to get help at homewhen you are trying to do it all alone.
Mary Jane Cronin LMHC founded Cronin Counseling and Coaching in the fall of 2014 to help fill a serious void in the mental health service field. During her ten years of practice working with Suncoast Hospice, Mary Jane repeatedly observed that many caregivers and other adults encountered significant obstacles to accessing quality and consistent mental health care. Recognized that many people are unable to visit a counseling office, they could however, be open to treatment in the comfort of their own homes. Offering services for elderly adults who are living in care communities or their family members who need support seemed like a logical solution.
Host Teresa Morrow invites Trinda Latherow, author of 'A Greater You: Living a Connected Life' as guest on Inspiration Nation. In her book, Greater You: Living a Connected Life is a collection of stories and inspirational writings recognizing our vital connections to self, others, and a greater power and presence. Discover a greater you by living a more mindful or connected life, physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually.
More about Trinda: After the birth of her daughter and soon after death of her mother, Trinda stepped upon a path of mysteries and miracles alike in a quest for the answers to some of life’s biggest questions. Asking, “Who are we and where did we come from, but more importantly, why are we here?” Along the way, she met world renowned psychics, scientists, spiritual leaders, doctors, authors, artists, and gifted laypeople who each held some valuable piece of the puzzle to our existence. She has been writing and speaking of her unique experiences ever since.
Previously addressing the mind and body as a safety and health professional, Trinda is now focusing on the mind, body, and spirit of us as an author, speaker, and consultant.
Host Teresa Morrow welcomes Barb Parcells, author of 'Songs of an Extraordinary Life'
Every day 10,000 Baby Boomers turn 65 and this number is expected to grow. Baby Boomers now make up 40% of the population yet advertisers and our culture continue to portray us as folks who need scooters and Life Alerts! The Baby Boomer Generation stopped a war and changed our culture, and we're not done yet. Song Of An Extraordinary Life lays down a new soundtrack for a Third Age that rocks!
Barb Parcells is a former newspaper reporter and PR writer who has created her own "new song" as a blogger and ebook writer. She currently resides in the little village of Marathon, New York with her two female feline housemates where her focus is currently on a brand new garden for the creator of the blog, "Flower Bear's Garden: Planting The Seeds For the Second Half Of Life" to sink her hands into.
Guest: Author and Women's Empowerment Leader Lauran Star, author of 'Your Power Pivot'
About the book:
Today women are entering the workforce and leadership field at an extensive rate; however, they are struggling to gain a real perspective on how to get ahead, what is expected, how to build strong alliances, and find work/life strategies. This lack of knowledge is creating a “one step forward two steps back” mentality as the tools required to succeed are hushed. This book focuses on how to pivot into your own empowerment. It explores strategies in leadership, communication, networking, moving forward and success while applying these tools to create harmony at home. Throughout the book, quotes from pivotal women talk about their struggles and how they find solutions both at work and at home.
Lauran Star is a sought after thought leader in Leadership Diversity and Women’s Empowerment. Her leadership experience began in 1989 when Lauran became a proud member of the United States Armed Forces. With over fifteen years of leadership development with several Fortune 100 companies, Lauran understands what women need to thrive both in the business world and at home.
She is the CEO of LS Consulting, a leadership development organization, fostering continued growth both for women and the next generation. Lauran holds a Master’s Degree is in Organizational Psychology and is an active member of the Global Speakers Federation.
Teresa Morrow, The Author's Cheerleader invites her guest Danielle Elyse to share about her book, 'Warning Signs'.
Warning Signs takes women on a journey that explores the ups and downs of dating. It empowers women as they realize dating doesn’t have to be a daunting experience. From the book, women will learn:
· How to identify relationships by type
· How to avoid common dating traps
· What a healthy relationship looks like
· To be more analytical when choosing a partner
· When to bring up the marriage question
About the author:
The author, Danielle E. Ward, resides in Flint, Michigan. Warning Signs is her first book. In addition to being an author, Danielle works as a nationally certified sign language interpreter in the greater Flint, Michigan area. She also owns an editing and proofreading business.
Outside of work, Danielle is an avid volunteer with several local organizations and is very active in her church. She can be often found spending time with family and friends, engaging in sports and outdoor activities and traveling.
Danielle earned a bachelor’s degree in Chemistry from Hampton University, a master’s degree in Sign Language Interpretation from Gallaudet University and a certificate in Radio Broadcasting from the Columbia School of Broadcasting. A lifelong learner, she is a recent graduate of The Word and the Spirit Bible Training Center.
in Self Help
Teresa Morrow, host of Inspiration Nation welcomes Maura Sweeney (Maura4u.com) to talk about The Art of Happiness.
Maura Sweeney is an author, podcaster and Huffington Post contributor who inspires others to * “Live Happy – Inside Out!”* A graduate of Boston College with a degree in Political Science, Maura detoured out of law school and family expectations to pursue a life and career that spoke of passion, purpose and joy. She became an award winning corporate manager, public advocate and home schooling mom who has since reinvented herself in midlife as *Maura4u <http://www.Maura4u.com> *- a 21st century cultural journalist.
In addition to serving as a regular guest on talk radio programs, Maura has been featured in Match.com, Midlife Boulevard, Expanded Consciousness, Tampa Bay Times, Boston Globe, Spirited Woman and Britain’s BBC radio. Maura combines her eclectic background with travel to 50 countries (and counting) to share good news musings and ideas that capture what’s best in us all. She'll be sharing inspiring thoughts with us about The Art of Happiness.
Teresa Morrow, host of Inspiration Nation invites author Allen Klein
About Allen Klein:
Ever hear of a "Jollytologist®"? Well meet the world's one and only Allen Klein. Through his books and his presentations, Klein shows people worldwide how to deal with everything from traffic jams to tragedies.
Klein got into this unusual line of work after his wife died of a rare liver disease at the age of 34. He saw how humor helped her, and those around her, cope. He also saw how humor helped him get through that loss. He now teaches others how to find some in trying times. Those audiences include people in 48 states as well as Israel and Australia, and clients from IBM to the IRS.
Klein is an award-winning speaker and best-selling author. He is the recipient of a Toastmasters Communication and Leadership Award and a Certified Speaking Professional designation from the National Speakers Association. (Less than 800 of its 4,000 members have this honor.) Klein has authored, among other books, The Healing Power of Humor, Quotations to Cheer You Up, Up Words for Down Days, and The Courage to Laugh. The first book, The Healing Power of Humor, shows people how to use humor to deal with everyday trials and tribulations; the latter book, The Courage to Laugh, documents how people have used humor to triumph over tragedy.
Klein has a master's degree in humor from St. Mary's College in Minnesota (and that's no joke!) And he is well suited to his subject. Years before becoming a "Jollytologist®", Klein was nicknamed the "King of Whimsy" because he designed all the children shows at CBS television in New York City. Among those productions was one you probably remember the Captain Kangaroo show.
Inspiration Nation invites Kellie R. Stone, author of The Butterfly Payoff
In Kellie’s quest to guide women on their journey of self-discovery, she is an avid student of life. This Life-Purpose Visionary, Inner Journey Strategist, and Intuitive Energy Healer received her coaching certification through renowned spiritual life and business coach, Karen Coffey and her attunement through Reiki Master, Christine McKenna-Eartheart. You’ll discover Kellie’s published articles on her women’s global community, Womenslifelink.com and on Livestrong.com, Allthingschic.com, awakeningthegoddesswithin.net, Coffeytalk.com, Goddesslifestyleplan.com and many other blogs. Her published books include, The Butterfly Payoff: A Woman’s Guide to Defining Her Purpose, Fulfilling Her Dreams, and Getting Paid for It, and Are You Out of Your Freakin’ Mind: Break Mental Barriers and Live from Your Sacred Creative Space. She is also the co-author of the International Best Seller, Success In Beauty: Secrets to Effortless Fulfillment and Happiness.
Into the Slipstream: A Guide to Finding Inspiration through Grief, Loss, and Change is a book for anyone who has found themselves at the edge of their capacity to handle life's inevitable challenges. Through her personal struggles with grief and loss, Colleen found her way to healing and hope. In this touching and empowering book, she shares the wisdom and tools that it takes to thrive through life’s transitions and enter The Slipstream.
For Colleen Jais, life is a study of transition; life itself becoming her resume. An artist living in the real world, Colleen has always worn many hats to fulfill the practical nature of the journey of daily life and all of its evolutions. She is a writer, an artist, a wife, a mother, a daughter, a sister, business owner, and entrepreneur, whose passage through these transitions is the fabric of her being. Colleen shows that each ‘change’ along the way is an extension of her ability to assimilate and then access the wisdom born of life experience. This capacity level, or the ‘war chest of experience’, has guided Colleen through life, ready to guide others through the twists and turns of living their own personal journey.
EPiphany The 4Real Entertainment Network's Inspiration Factory is a call-in show that serves to promote unity, enlightenment, and the betterment of mankind through motivational talk, inspirational poetry, and uplifting music. The Inspiration Factory welcomes any genre of verbal artistry that serves to promote positivity and brings light to the world! The CEO of EPiphany is Forrealthepoet Douglass, a poet, singer, and spoken-word artist from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The call-in number for the show is (646) 200-0568. The Inspiration Factory airs every Sunday at 6 p.m. EST and can be heard online at Blogtalkradio.com/eyecpeople or via the call-in number!
Caregiving Advocate Linda Burhans and author of Good Night and God Bless is guest on Inspiration Nation Radio
Linda Burhans is a national speaker on Caregiver Advocacy and the author Good Night and God Bless, a heartfelt story about the joy and challenges about caring for a parent.
As an expert in Caregiver Advocacy, Linda has facilitated over 600 support groups and workshops for caregivers. She shares lessons learned and coping tools with thousands of caregivers who attend her events or read her work. Her weekly blogs provide expert guidance on resources and best practices for caregivers all over the United States.
In her book, Good Night and God Bless, Linda welcomes readers to join her on her emotional, rewarding, and sometimes frustrating journey as caregiver to her beloved mother, Jo McCauley, during the final 18 months of her life. The book offers inspirational messages of unconditional love, loss, joy, sorrow, and a healthy dose of humor for those caring for aging parents.
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