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Author Lynda Dyer on Write Now Radio! - Part 1

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Viki Winterton interviews Lynda Dyer! - Part 1

The best way to describe Lynda is as a winner. Lynda has overcome many personal challenges within her own life, including totally defeating the debilitating Lupus condition. 

Inspired by her own achievements, her passion is in the education and empowerment of others, and combined with her extensive experience and qualifications, Lynda's educational and motivational seminars are always highly sought after.

Lynda's focus has always been on helping people to enhance their own abilities. She has been involved in education and training from a very young age, including the production of numerous videos in the areas of fitness, motivation, health and personal development.

Lynda's educational and training materials are used throughout the world. She is an International #1best-selling and award-winning author, and has lectured in Australia, New Zealand, USA, Hong Kong, China, Taiwan, Malaysia and Singapore.

Sadness of grief takes a whole new meaning when we reflect back on the life of a person or animal we love. Good Grief was written with the purpose to allow others to grieve and celebrate the life of those people and animals we lose along our path through life.

Lynda had six deaths in one year and another the following year. She decided the best way to deal with her grief was to look at the great contribution these people had on her life rather than looking at the gap that they left.  Focusing on the loss for an extended period almost certainly leads to a state of depression. Good Grief is an understanding of loss and a celebration of life.  It teaches people of all ages how to embrace the grief and pain and move through it successfully and carry on with life. 

 

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