Saturday, June 2, 2018

Do You Struggle Emotionally? You are Not Alone

The price of heartbreak
With suicide being the leading cause of death in men under 50 and 1 in 5 people suffering from a mental health problem, Rick Sharpe is a man on a mission; to raise awareness about emotional struggle and to help others suffering emotionally. 

Rick wants to demonstrate to others that it is possible to heal from failed relationships and transform your own life in the process.

After a failed relationship, he realized much later in life that he needed to search through his own soul in order to discover why he kept ending up in the same
place. He began to understand his fear of vulnerability and he realized that it was a time in his life where he needed to grow and keep growing

There are no guarantees in life but it should not stop us from giving all we have to that which matters. 



Never give up hope because all things
 do pass and we all have choices


Rick's interview is not only a source of encouragement but practical wisdom we can apply to any area of our lives.  At the end of his interview he shared a nugget that is throught-provoking:


"Do not die before your death!"
 


Rick SharpeFailure is failure. I had failed. . . miserably! I suck at break-ups but who doesn’t? I was the guy next door who "had it all together!" But that’s not what goes on inside. My experience had shame written all over it, a significant departure from the person I thought I was. Failing emotionally started a journey filled with the very real pain of heartbreak and the smothering cloud of depression. I discovered what vulnerability really was and how my generation ran from it. Search your own heart and find those scars. They never really heal but they become a better part of us. To get through a day you sometimes need some assurance that you are not alone. For those who need to know there is another day worth living, you’re welcome to share this journey




Rick first became visible when he wrote a book “The Price of HeartBreak,” with the intention to raise awareness that a lot of us suffer from intense emotional heartbreak and we are not alone. The thought provoking read is a refreshing take on the struggles of human existence from the eyes of a man who has opened his heart to emotional vulnerability and enlightenment.

What is exceptional about Rick is his ability, unlike many men, to express raw
emotion vulnerably and authentically. He tells stories from the highs of climbing
Kilimanjaro to the lows of a deeper emotional abyss and back again.




Tuesday, May 29, 2018

Do You Know How to Listen to Your Body and Shift Into High Gear?

Tammy Price Tammy Price is the author of Shifting Into High Gear:  A Guide to Listeing to Your Body  which became a BEST seller within ONE DAY of its release.  Tammy is co-founder of Shifting Into High Gear, a multifaceted company deeply rooted in the belief that we have all that we need within to be whole, healthy and happy people.

Tammy is the co-creator of the program Heels to Healer (H2H) A Journey to Wholeness, The Practical Solutions Guide for Getting Back Into Balance. 

Tammy is a cancer survivor, testament and advocate to the benefits of cultivating a deep "inner adventure' practice.  She is living and loving life by the motto







Monday, May 14, 2018

Is Your Life Defined by a Past Transgression?

Tezlyn Reardon is the author of Forty Years of Practice:  Finding Purpose in Pain.  She has a degree in Sports Management and currently works in marketing analytics.

Divorce, ADHD, cancer, knee replacement, depression, rock bottom -- these words often make people run for the hills.  But it was through her pain and experiences that Tezlyn gained strength, courage, wisdom and the passion to help others who may have experienced similar trauma.

Allow Tezlyn to use her expertise to help you apply for grants, write a business plan, resume, or another document which are often difficult to compose with the desired impact.  




Friday, May 4, 2018

Has Your Out-of-Control Anger Ever Caused You to Abuse a Toddler?


Kathy Collard Miller is an author, counselor and international speaker, Kathy has appeared on many TV programs, travels as a speaker in eight countries and across the United States.  She is a founding member of AWSA (Advanced Writers and Speakers Association).

Kathy has published over 50 books but this didn't happen until she was able to pull herself out of a destructive pit as a child abuser.  She abused her toddler both physically and verbally.  The rage she dealt with as a young mom caused her to choke her child and almost kill her.  When she realized what she had done and knew she would be capable of doing it again, she decided to use her husband's service revolver to end her own life.  She shares her story in her new book, No More Anger, Hope for an Out-of-Control Mom.

Kathy's interview is no-holds-barred.  She shares her pain as a child abuser and the difficulty to keep it secret.  Listen to her story as she explains the steps she took to turn her life around.

Monday, April 23, 2018

Do You Know the Pain of Losing a Child?

Fran Caffey Sandin is an author of two books sharing her own incredible story and those of many others who have gone through a severe trauma but found the strength to get through.  

She has also written articles for magazines including Focus on the Family, Decision, Home Life, Virtue. In addition to her two books, she co-authored the best-seller, Courage for
the Chicken-Hearted and its sequel Eggstra Courage for the Chicken-Hearted

Fran knows the heartbreak of losing your child.  Not only did she say goodbye to her little Jeffrey, but to an older son, Steve, as well.  Steve had a Master of Physical Therapy degree yet died at the age of 43 after struggling with cystic fibrosis for 14 years and kidney failure for 7 years. 

Wednesday, April 11, 2018

Do You Have the Tools to Deal with Severe Trauma?

Pamela Flemming is an author and speaker.  Pamela has survived tremendous trauma in her life including the death of her daughter, marriage betrayal, her husband's suicide and her own battle with lung cancer. 


Pam shares her story from a place where you can relate to her on many levels.  She also discusses suicide and its effects on those who are left behind to deal with the pain.  


Pamela invites you to share your dreams, desires, and destinies by soaring with you on an adventure of joy.  Check out Dashgirls here. 




"If it doesn't count for something....it is worth nothing!"  

Friday, March 9, 2018

How To Live Life From Your Heart

Nina Giannalli

Nina Giannelli is the Executive Producer and Co-Founder of a bi-coastal production company called Heart Headed Entertainment.  After graduating from Emerson College in Boston with a degree in TV Production, she made her way to Los Angeles and started her career at The Dr. Phil Show. 

Nina has worked on a multitude of shows in many different genres including talk, reality, game, travel, and docu-soaps. Then her career came to an abrupt halt.

In 2009 Nina fell extremely ill and no Western medicine doctor could figure out why.  This health issue put Nina on a path of learning about and utilizing holistic medicine. 






Do You Have a Broken Heart on Hold?

Linda W. Rooks has a passion to help heal marriages, a passion that is fueled by the hope she and her husband found together when their own marriage was restored after a painful three-year separation in the ‘90s. 

Linda is the author of Broken Heart on Hold, Surviving Separation, which offers hope to those in marital crisis by helping them find emotional and spiritual strength for their difficult journey. 

Linda’s writings have appeared in a number of national publications, including Chicken Soup for the Beach Lover’s Soul, Today’s Christian Woman, Focus on the Family, and HomeLife. Her story has been featured in Today’s Christian Woman and on TV and radio across the North American continent.


Linda is listed in Who’s Who of American Women, Who’s Who In America, and Who’s Who in the World

Thursday, February 8, 2018

Are You Tired of Never Having Enough Money To Go Around?





Gary Sirak, financial advisor, and two-time author proves the American Dream is alive and well with his new book, The American Dream Revisited:  Ordinary People, Extraordinary Results.   Gary's book is turning skeptics of the American dream into believers that it is possible.








Are you tired of never having enough money to go around?  Do you need help in starting or growing your business?  You do not want to miss this interview.


Saturday, January 27, 2018

You Never Know What Can Happen Until You Try

Kristen Craren is a relational expert with a Master's in Counseling and the founder of Craren Family Services, LLC.  She educates the public by providing resources that can help people going through a divorce and specializes in helping people adjust to leading happier lives.

Her story starts in her childhood which prepared her with the expertise that comes not only from education but from being on both sides of a divorce. 

Kristen has the educational, professional and life experience on the subject of families.  She will work with you in your reality to reach the goals YOU desire.  She listens with her heart and does not come across as 'therapist-y'.



APPROACH YOURSELF AND OTHERS WITH CURIOSITY

Wednesday, January 17, 2018

If Something is Not in Your Life Every Day, it is Not Your Passion

Fred Griffin, Jr, is the founder and director of Touching Hearts Group Homes, Fred Consulting, Father Gang Clothing, Fred Griffin, Jr. Scholarship, Co-owner of  Confectionately Yours Cakes N Bakes, and Touching Hearts Academy and Adult Day Training Program

 

Fred Griffin, Jr. has a passion for people with disabilitiesHe worked as a program supervisor in the Behavioral Medical Division, has a Culinary Arts Degree and worked as a model for the world's largest agency, John Casablanca of Orlando.  Fred's website has much to offer you and gives information about the scholarship program, employment opportunities, services they provide and the Academy & Adult Day Training Program.  He shares steps to becoming a self-made millionaire.

Thursday, January 11, 2018

Never Believe in Failure and Learn From Your Mistakes

Allen Weinstein is the author of Memoirs of a Learning Disabled Dyslexic Multi-Millionaire. 

Allen couldn't read until he was thirteen and written off by our educational system. 


No matter what happened, Allen never believed he was a failure and overcame obstacles that were deemed impossible.  He said that failure is only when you quit.  Don't quit!

One Sunday night he went to bed a multi-millionaire and woke up Monday morning penniless.  But, he turned it all around and believes anyone can.  When you have to FIGHT to succeed, you have a better chance at success!  Setbacks are important in life -- they help you to understand what NOT to do.

Monday, January 8, 2018

There Can Be Hope During Devastating Heartache

Cheri Swalwell is the author of Hope During Heartache, a compilation of 13 stories of men and women who suffered the loss of a child.

There are no words more devastating than "I'm sorry, but your child is no longer alive!"

Cheri also writes a series Spoken from the Heart
which deals with learning to live with the pain of losing a child, dealing with infertility, miscarriage, and stillbirth.

Both her book and her articles will touch your heart.  If you know anyone, or if you have suffered a loss in this manner, you will want to connect with Cheri.