Part 1: Lisa Soloway is the founder of the non-profit organization, Lift Up Young Lives, as well as a Realtor, Investor and Wealth Strategist who has a passion for helping a hurting generation. Her mission through Lift Up Young Lives is to equip “at risk” teens and young adults who age out of foster care, are homeless or rescued from human trafficking to live independent and abundant lives. Join us to hear Lisa share her very personal story of fostering and adopting her daughter, Tiffany, and how that led her to starting this organization.
Part 2: Weekly Words of Wisdom – Lynda talks about Optimism vs. Pessimism and how we can learn to be optimistic.
Part 1: Today, 43% of all Maine Public School children rely on school meals to get the nutrition they need. And even though these students qualify for school meals, too many of them face barriers to accessing school meals. Justin Alfond, co-founder of Full Plates Full Potential joins us to talk about the work they are doing to ensure that every eligible child has access to nutritious food so that they can learn, grow and thrive.
Part 2: Weekly Words of Wisdom – Lynda has been very fortunate to have more available time during this crisis and she shares what she has been doing and encourages everyone to look at how they’re spending their time and being ok with whatever that is….being busy or doing nothing.
Part 1: Melissa Malone-Soutoyu, author of Lucas’s Story: Our Family’s Journey Through Youth Concussion Recovery & Mike Hersey, Director of Sports Medicine for Southern Maine HealthCare who is an impact trained physical therapist for concussion management, talk with us about concussions and what the process is from recovering from them.
Part 2: Weekly Words of Wisdom – Lynda talks about the work she is doing with Allyson Scammell and Allyson’s Soul Plan 2020 workshop. Have you planned out the next 10 years for your life? If not, listening to this will help you get started!
Part 1: This week my guest is Jennifer Weissner. Jennifer is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and certified Sex Therapist and she talks about a program she helped to created called Girls on Fire, which is provides information about healthy sexuality, relationships and consent for those who identify as female, ages 14-18. This is a FREE event that happens annually in Portland, Maine.
Part 2: Weekly Words of Wisdom – Lynda talks about going dancing at Bubba’s Sulky Lounge in Portland, Maine and her realization that everyone is welcome to be themselves there after meeting a few men who enjoy dressing as women!
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: Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and certified Sex Therapist, Jennifer Wiessner, joins me to discuss healthy sexuality. We be talking about low libido, impotency, pleasuring yourself, how to remain sexually active while dealing with health challenges, raising sexually healthy children and much, much more!
Part 2: Weekly Words of Wisdom – Lynda talks about working with a new business coach, Allyson Scammell, who is helping her grow her business using her soul’s internal guidance and tuning in to her core gifts.