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  • 00:30

    GRASP Grief Recovery

    in Self Help

    Our guest tonight is Denise Cullen, Executive Director of GRASP. GRASP stands for Grief Recovery After a Substance Passing. GRASP is a support group for people who have lost a loved one as a result of drug use. The GRASP book is called When a Child Dies From Drugs.

  • 00:36

    Cindy Cipriani: What to Do When You Can’t Think Straight

    in Self Help

    It happens often when we’re facing challenges, tragedies and difficult times and we need answers and need to act fast, but We Can’t! Find out what you can do so you can step up to the plate!


     


    Cindy Cipriani is an author, Clarity Coach and a Certified Grief Recovery Specialist and was featured on the Dr Oz show. With her successful business ventures and experiences, she trains corporate teams with her formula called “The 5 C Solution,” an empowering program for employers who are working to help staff manage grief and emotional life changes that can also have ill-effects on the company. Cindy is the author of Moving Past the Death of a Loved One, and her newest book entitled The 5 C Solution – The HOW TO When You Can’t Think Straight will be released soon.


     


    When she was diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder from years of verbal, emotional and physical abuse sixteen years ago, Cindy had to do something to alter the direction her life had taken. At that moment, she made a decision that saved her life which now benefits many people and businesses.                                


    www.clearpathbycindy.com

  • 01:31

    Interview With Sandy Peckinpah - Part II

    in Writing

    Sandy Peckinpah is a fiery redhead who never gave up. She mentors women through those great big life challenges to find meaning and purpose in the next chapter. She is an award-winning author, a lifestyle mentor, writing coach, and a Certified Grief Recovery Specialist® with the Grief Recovery Institute in Los Angeles.


    She discovered the power in storytelling when she wrote her first book after her daughter was born with a facial defect. Rosey…the Imperfect Angel was a magical fairy tale that focused on the beauty of imperfection. It was recorded as a CD, and starred actress, Melissa Gilbert (best known for Little House on the Prairie It made it all the way to the Grammy Ballot in 2009.


    Her newest book, How to Survive the Worst that can Happen - a Parent’s Guide to Healing After the Loss of a Child is based on her own insight and experiences in the tragic loss of her 16 year old son. The book recently won several awards including the Pinnacle Book Award, The New York Book Festival Award, The USA Book News Award, The London Book Festival Award, and the Readers Favorite Award.


    Sandy’s website and blog focuses on resilience and transformation no matter what the challenge.  She encourages women to define the next act of their lives using their past life story as a stepping stone to transforming the next act with passion, purpose, and possibility.


    Website and Blog: www.SandyPeckinpah.com


    Facebook: Sandy Peckinpah


    Twitter: @SandyPeckinpah

  • 01:05

    Spirituality and Grieving Recovery

    in Spirituality

    Join the live discussion with Starz MayaMoon, Starzcast and others on April 13, 2015; from 7-8pm EDT, to discuss the topic of Spirituality and Grieving. A topic that has and will affect us at some point in our lives.


    Call in to join the conversation with your views, opinions or questions 347-838-9736 and Press 1. (Or mute your phone to just listen). Join us in live Text Chat here
    http://tobtr.com/7512645


    Let's talk about how to cope with spirituality and grieving the loss of a loved one, friend or even a beloved pet and how this is a life changing experience that can take years to recover from.


    We all know the emotional toil but how does grieving or grief affect our Spiritual center? Can we ever fully rebound and find happiness?


    We will probe the sensitive and often difficult journey of grief recovery and learning to reconnect to our spirit, the collective and that which we consider our higher being or the Divine.


    Be sure to Keep Reaching For The StarZ For #guidance.
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  • 00:30

    Episode 35: Dealing with Disappointment

    in Self Help

    About this episode: Inspired by emails I've received, we'll be exploring the feeling of disappointment and how to come to terms with a life that wasn't what you expected.


    About this show: I lost both parents to cancer at 22 and 27. Let’s talk about stuff that’s hard, ways you can move forward in your life and how to get back to a happier place. My intention is to connect those of us who have lost our mothers, our fathers or both parents, at any age, through the arts, life experiments, looking inward and turning pain into something positive.

    Contact me: http://losingyourparents.org/contact

  • 00:58

    Conversations with Counselor Mandy: Inspired Stories of HOPE! Elizabeth Berrien

    in Psychology

    Mandy Eppley and Elizabeth Berrien, two of the co-founders of The Respite, A Centre for Grief & Hope, will be unveiling an exciting new online program called Heart Centered Healing. Inspired and created by Elizabeth, this program is yet another extension of her service to those who are hurting and in need of hope and empowerment. Elizabeth is a living example of how The Model of Heart-Centered Grief can have a huge impact on your life.


    Elizabeth is a coach, author, support group facilitator, speaker, spiritual entrepreneur, and proud mom. After the unexpected losses of her husband and son by the age of 27, she has passionately dedicated her life to helping others experience healing, joy, and purpose after loss. She established the unique support community, Soul Widows, in 2010, a supportive space for young widows to become empowered on their journey from grief to hope. Elizabeth’s background includes a Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology and Dance. She graduated from the University of North Carolina at Asheville in 2004 and attended graduate school at the University of Missouri at St. Louis for Community Counseling in 2008. In 2013, Elizabeth became a Certified Creative Grief Coach. She has also completed Spirit Junkie Master Class Teacher Training Levels 1 and 2 with New York Times bestselling author Gabrielle Bernstein. She believes in the transformative power of the human journey and our sacred stories. Through sharing her own story, she hopes to light the way for others seeking a healthy, heart-centered, and fulfilling life. To connect with Elizabeth further, visit her author website at CreativeGrieving.com.

  • 01:59

    TREATMENT and RECOVERY: The Therapeutic Community (TC) Part 2 of 2

    in Self Help

    Show Topic:  Last week we discussed the core concepts of the TC and the methods used to apply, implement, and experience those concepts. This would be described as the "macro" aspects of the TC. What we will delve into this week are the "micro" aspects of the TC, the daily mental and physical "exercises" built into the structure all aimed at developing, and or improving the two behavioral necessities required to utlimately have a successful recovery experience.


    Show Segments: Unhappy/Happy Recap, Sharing is Caring Updates, Show Topic, Recovery Support Time

  • 01:01

    Interview with Sandy Peckinpah

    in Writing

    Sandy Peckinpah is a fiery redhead who never gave up. She mentors woman through those great big life challenges to find meaning and purpose in the next chapter. She is an award-winning author, a lifestyle mentor, writing coach, and a Certified Grief Recovery Specialist® with the Grief Recovery Institute in Los Angeles.


    She discovered the power in storytelling when she wrote her first book after her daughter was born with a facial defect. Rosey…the Imperfect Angel was a magical fairy tale that focused on the beauty of imperfection. It was recorded as a CD, and starred actress, Melissa Gilbert (best known for “Little House on the Prairie”). It made it all the way to the Grammy Ballot in 2009.


    Her newest book, “How to Survive the Worst that can Happen,” a parent’s guide to healing after the loss of a child is based on her own insight and experiences in the tragic loss of her 16 year old son. The book recently won several awards including the Pinnacle Book Award, The New York Book Festival Award, The USA Book News Award, The London Book Festival Award, and the Readers Favorite Award.


    Sandy’s website and blog focuses on resilience and transformation no matter what the challenge.  She encourages women to define the next act of their lives using their past life story as a stepping stone to transforming the next act with passion, purpose, and possibility.


    Website and Blog: www.SandyPeckinpah.com


    Facebook: Sandy Peckinpah


    Twitter: @SandyPeckinpah

  • 00:30

    Episode 34: Who would I be if I practiced yoga & meditation everyday?

    in Self Help

    About this episode: Do you visualize yourself doing something but actually do something else? What does that afford you? We'll be talking about bringing in meditation and yoga into life and what that might look and feel like.


     


    About this show: I lost both parents to cancer at 22 and 27. Let’s talk about stuff that’s hard, ways you can move forward in your life and how to get back to a happier place. My intention is to connect those of us who have lost our mothers, our fathers or both parents, at any age, through the arts, life experiments, looking inward and turning pain into something positive.



    Contact me: http://losingyourparents.org/contact

  • 00:30

    The Other Side of Grief

    in Self Help

    The only radio show dedicated to the issues of loss and grief.


    Today's converstion will focus on "transitional grief". Sometimes we experience grief, not because of a loss, but becaues of an ending or a change.


    Traditionally June is the time when we celebrate important transitions such as graduations, weddings, new jobs.


    We will look at these experiences and see the the hidden grief that exists and why sometimes celebrations are not always considered "happy"


     

  • 00:17

    Total Recovery With, Host Elder Foster.

    in Christianity

    Total Recovery With, Host Elder Foster.