Cathleen Elle is a three time #1 International Best Selling Author, Global Speaker, Certified Success Coach, Healer and Co-Host of Beyond Your Best Plan Podcast. Cathleen shares powerful healing techniques for those who have experienced unexpected loss or hidden trauma to reconnect, uncover, and embrace their joy and connect with their loved ones’ light. She has coped with multiple traumas, but the death of her 19-year-old son, Logan, from suicide was the catalyst that changed her life forever. Today, she assists in changing the trajectory of others’ lives by providing the tools that aid them on moving through the emotions accompanied by these challenging experiences.
Part 1: Rev Peter Panagore, M.Div. is the global Audible Best-Selling Author of Heaven Is Beautiful: How Dying Taught Me That Death Is Just The Beginning, which was recently optioned as a feature film. As an Ordained Minister, Rev. Panagore, M.Div., broadcast his daily two-minute Daily Devotions spot for fifteen years on two NBC TV stations. Communicator, public speaker, pastor, and storyteller, Peter had thirty million views annually on TV and an uncounted number of listeners on FM and AM across Maine and New Hampshire, and around the nation. Peter has been featured on Fox and Friends, Coast to Coast AM, Canada’s The Drew Marshall Show, and recently by Buddha at the Gas Pump and Shaman Oaks. In today’s episode, Rev. Panagore talks about the after life and how that experience changed him and inspired him to spread the word about near death experiences.
Part 2: Weekly Words of Wisdom – Lynda talks about the importance of getting out of your comfort zone.
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.
Episode 66 – The Brothers Documentary Film – Surviving Schizophrenia, Suicide & Muscular Dystrophy with Love & Strength
Part 1: Director, Reggie Groff, and Suzan Roberts Norton join me to discuss the documentary film The Brothers. This movie shares the story of Terry & Suzan’s two sons, JT and Michael. JT was a vibrant, energetic child who was diagnosed with schizophrenia in his early adult years which ultimately led to him committing suicide. Michael was diagnosed and is living with Muscular Dystrophy and was super close with JT. To honor his brother, he wanted to make a movie about him. Enter Reggie Groff, who worked with Michael to share this inspiring story of a family that fights through tremendous hardship and loss with creativity and a zest for life.
Part 2: Weekly Words of Wisdom – Lynda shares a DailyOM email about Quality vs. Quantity.
Part 1: Westbrook, Maine Police Chief Janine Roberts and representatives, Leslie Skillin & Margaret Nareff, from the Trauma Intervention Program (TIP), based in Portland, Maine join us to explain how this program and its’ group of highly trained volunteers provide emotional and practical support to survivors of traumatic events and their families within the immediate aftermath of a traumatic event. They also provide suggestions on how to help the people in your life who may be coping with a devastating loss.
Part 2: Weekly Words of Wisdom – Lynda talks about a picture she posted on Facebook and how surprised she was by the reaction of many. Can’t people just take a joke anymore??
Part 1: No one ever wants to be in the child loss “club”, and those who find themselves in a club they never bargained for can feel lost, alone, and scared. Unfortunately, that’s the club Amie Marzen found herself in back in 2017 when she lost her daughter Madeline at just 4 years old. Today, I am joined by Amie Marzen and Melissa Chretien from the non-profit organization, Madeline’s Mission. Amie will share her very personal story with us and how that loss motivated her to create this organization that now helps other families through the same situation she was in. This show will definitely touch your ❤️
Part 2: Weekly Words of Wisdom – Lynda talks about her observations on the TEAM involved in the Rock Row development and offers some advice on how to help make a TEAM successful.