Melissa just lost her mom a few months ago and she bravely asked to come on the podcast to tell her mom's story. Join us as she shares her favorite memories and the lessons she has learned on her grief journey thus far.
Charles lost his mom suddenly 4 years ago, he has a great sense of humor and has used this in dealing with such tragic circumstances. We talk about learning new things about his mom after her passing and how to deal with the loss.
Charles is the host of a comedy podcast that I recommend for when you just need to laugh, check it out at: https://somethingrandompod.podbean.com/
Kristina was inspired by her mom's battle with lung cancer to start The Pearl Project with the goal of raising money for lung cancer research and getting rid of the stigma associated with lung cancer. Kristina's work is incredible and her stories about working with her mom, starting at age 14 will inspire you. Her story hits close to home for me, I lost my mom to lung cancer and my mother in law is a lung cancer survivor. Thank you so much for listening and please check out Kristina's beautiful work: http://www.pearlproject.org/
Sharing to keep the legacy alive...
Sarah is an author, a motherhood mindset coach and a mother of 4. Sarah lost her mom when she was just 18 years old and she talks to me about what life has been like without her mom and what she does to keep the memory of her mom fresh in her heart. Sharing to keep the legacy alive...
Please check out Sarah's business, Maternal Essence: http://maternalessence.com/
p.s. I love her tagline: Transforming mom guilt into maternal grace
Leah lost her mom Sandy to breast cancer when Leah was 21 years old. In this episode, Leah and I talk about what she learned from the way her mom lived her life. Her words are beautiful and heartfelt and you can see why Leah went on to start her non-profit Little Legacies, which offers one on one writing mentoring to children with a life altering condition so they can find their voice and feel heard.
You can check out Leah's work at: http://littlelegacies.org/
In this episode I interview Kris Baker Dersch from the No Extra Words podcast. Kris talks to me about what it was like to lose her mom suddenly at a young age and how she has dealt with the loss in the 20+ years since her mom has been gone.
Check out Kris' podcast No Extra Words: the flash fiction podcast- https://noextrawords.wordpress.com/
In this episode I interview Mary Rogers from the Experience 50 Podcast. She tells us about how she came to understand her mother better after she passed away and gives us her pearls of wisdom about dealing with loss.
Check out Mary's Experience 50 podcast and blog: http://www.experience50.com/
In my first episode, I want to give you a feel for who my mom was and why I am doing this podcast. I am recounting some of my favorite memories, what my mom hoped to be remembered for and of course what are my favorite pearls of wisdom she has given me throughout the years. My mom has been gone for 2 years and there hasn't been a moment that has gone by when I wasn't thinking about her. Sharing her pearls of wisdom has been immensely helpful to me and I hope it inspires you or someone you know to share your stories. Sharing to keep the legacy alive...