Host of popular radio show, Grief Diaries, Lynda Fell joins Shattered Lives to explore different types of loss and grief, primarily loss by homicide. Host Donna Gore will explain this type of loss through her own experience of the loss of her father by homicide, and how the grief of that loss effects her entire family many years later.
Grief Diaries includes support groups, awareness campaigns, a book series, resources and a radio show to share the experiences of those worldwide that suffer a loss and grieve in so many different ways.
Lynda Cheldelin Fell is president of the National Grief & Hope Coalition, a radio/film producer, post tragedy community facilitator, and an international bestselling author who found herself beginning the long journey through profound grief when her 15 year-old daughter died in a car accident in 2009. Lynda's world took another unexpected turn when her 46 year-old husband suffered a major stroke leaving him with permanent disabilities. Lynda found comfort by helping others who were struggling, and this fueled her passion to create a legacy of help, healing and hope. Considered a pioneer in the field of inspirational hope in the aftermath of loss, Lynda’s focus centers around groundbreaking projects dedicated to improving grief literacy on a global level. She is also a passionate advocate for the ignored, invisible, and forgotten members of society and loves developing inspirational projects focused on validation, bits of wisdom, and hope.