Part 1: Liz Strawbridge, MD is a board-certified family doctor focused on integrative medicine and the co-founder of Good Medicine Collective, a non-profit organization based in Portland, Maine, whose mission is to help their clients reimagine and reclaim their health to better the community as a whole. They aim to make holistic experiences inviting and affordable to everybody regardless of their circumstances.
Liz likes to help her clients explore the possibility of a new story around their health. She helps them discover (or remember) how to access their own good medicine. She believes good medicine is anything that dissolves our illusion of separateness, brings us more fully alive and in flow with a greater purpose and energy.
Part 2: Weekly Words of Wisdom – Lynda talks about her experience of traveling to Maui during the Covid-19 crisis and shares some insight on judgement and being positive and negative during this time.
Part 1: Anne Heros, Executive Director of The Center for Grieving Children joins us for a very important discussion about grief. The Maine based, non-profit organization, The Center for Grieving Children, serves more than 4,000 grieving children, teens, families, and young adults annually through peer support, outreach, and education and since its founding in 1987, the Center has served more than 66,000 children, teens, and their families. I am so honored to have Anne join me to share all the free services the Center for Grieving Children has to offer.
Part 2: Weekly Words of Wisdom – Lynda continues her discussion about vibrational energy by sharing an article from The Chopra Center. This article gives you some tips on how to raise your vibrational energy. The full article is shared on the Living Life with Lynda Facebook page.
Part 1: Julie Mulkern and Josh Harrington from the Maine based, non-profit organization WinterKids join me to talk about how their program helps children develop healthy lifelong habits by creating educational opportunities and providing resources that encourage the whole family to get outside and have fun!
Part 2: Weekly Words of Wisdom – This week Lynda talks about the good, the bad and the ugly when it comes to local elections and politics! Thank you goes out to everyone who chooses to throw their hat in the ring to serve whether it’s locally or nationally or any position in between!
Part 1: We are joined by Rebecca Hobbs, Executive Director of Through These Doors, a domestic violence resource center that serves victims and survivors in Cumberland County, Maine. Rebecca will help us understand what domestic abuse is and how to recognize it if it’s happening to someone you know and also find support for yourself if you are in this situation.
Part 2: Weekly Words of Wisdom – Lynda shares a poem she heard on a Dr. Wayne Dyer program and written by Valerie Cox called “The Cookie Thief” to help raise awareness about judgement and making assumptions.
Part 1: Kristen Farnham, Vice President of Development for the non-profit organization, Spurwink, joins us to share how Spurwink helps children, adults and families affected by behavioral health challenges and developmental disabilities live healthy, engaged lives in their communities. She also shares information about their Foster Care program and their new ShifaME Refugee Services program.
Part 2: Weekly Words of Wisdom – Lynda shares an email she received from DailyOM about how to have a stress-free home.
Part 1: My guest is Adam Shepherd, Executive Director of Rippleffect, a non-profit organization that promotes Youth Development and Leadership Through Adventure, Healthy Communities and Living Sustainably. We talk about all the programs Rippleffect offers and why now is a critical time to involve youth in these programs and how helping them learn skills they may not obtain in school or at home will help them now and also in the future!
Part 2: Weekly Words of Wisdom – Lynda talks about personal development and shares some wisdom from Jim Rohn about change.