If you’ve ever been betrayed by people you thought respected you and had your back, you may understand completely how Regina Thomas felt when it happened to her. The gut-wrenching part is that the betrayal came on the heels of losing her son in a tragic accident. How much can one woman take?
Regina found four cornerstones that helped her rise up again. They are all “F” words (and it’s not what you might be thinking).
What do you suppose they are? I invite you to find out …
As I talked with Tamara about her story, she revealed a remarkable approach to dealing with being an introvert, wishing situations in her life had gone differently and overcoming her trepidations about her divorce and becoming a single parent. How did she do that?
Her methods are simple. Tamara’s results allowed her to step into the role of leading lady in her own life.
My conversation with Donna opened my eyes and my heart to a new perspective on moving through grief. Her deliberate choices which moved her through the loss of her husband, are uplifting. As she experienced despair, overwhelm and overload, and realized her need to change, Donna began to look for where her husband still was, rather than where he wasn’t. Hers is a unique approach to loss and grief I think you’ll want to hear.
Veronica shares a heart-wrenching story of sexual abuse from a very young age. She felt broken and damaged. She numbed herself, and buried her past so she could create a perfect present—until her past came home to roost and became her undoing. This is a story of hitting bottom, muddling through those buried emotions before she could rise above and turn coal into gold.
When something of significance is ripped away from her at the tender age of 15, Leeanne learned to withhold trust, build an impenetrable wall and rely on her own resources to make a success of herself. She calls it living in the grey zone.
Susan F. Moody
There are all kinds of loss in our lives. Loss of people. Loss of pets. Loss of careers, to name a few. Susan shares how the loss of one of her businesses nearly broke her entrepreneurial spirit. And how this failure gave her a new perspective, turning failure into feedback. I invite you to watch …
Karen M. Winkelman
This is a different kind of story about loss. The loss of identity, due to an unexpected corporate downsizing. The loss of confidence. The loss of a sense of personal value. Can you relate to any of this?