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Suicide Zen Forgiveness

I want to share this #GiftFromAndrea and my #gratitudeAttitude

Elaine says “I have learned that sharing your story can be a way to lighten your burden. My guests all have a story. Come listen in, it may be similar to your own story. You may find a helping of hope for you or someone who matters to you”.

In Season Two we branch out to cover mental health, depression, anxiety and all the myriad bits that make life as we know it.. challenging, some days more than others. 

Trigger Warning:

Suicide Zen Forgiveness podcast is for education only. Some of the subject matter could be triggering for those newly grieving, or in a poor state of mental health. Please call you local suicide hotline, or mental health office if you need immediate help.

 

Nov 28, 2022

In today's episode we discuss losing a parent as an adult.. And the pain and guilt it can cause.. even though its not your fault. Learning how to go forward. 

Cynthia Shelton

Youthful Aging Advocate

CEO at Vibrant Living

Former Director, Career & Technical Education at Oak Harbor School District

Former Director Applied...


Nov 22, 2022

This episode is about delving into my self-limiting beliefs and finally finding the root of a really huge one…Being locked away. I always thought you could get locked up for your weirdness or negative thoughts... I unravel the story of that belief and mourn the consequences of the actions of society back in the 60s...


Nov 15, 2022

Lisa Sugarman is a mom, a parenting author, a nationally syndicated humor columnist, and a podcast host, creating content that helps empower parents, especially moms, by giving them permission to embrace their perfectly imperfectness.

She’s also a survivor of suicide loss, losing her father at age ten, an advocate for...


Oct 25, 2022

 

Carling is an event planner by trade, step mom to two kids, 

fur mom to five dogs, and aunty extraordinaire! Carling

 followed the straight agenda for most of her young life 

and accidentally married a man (possibly the worst one) 

before leaving and living life as her truly

 authentically gay self.

 

 


Oct 18, 2022

I find that all of us have a single emotion which is our fall back. I realize this sounds odd but hear me out.  

In any given day one can run through the gamut of emotions. I find I seem to always gravitate to one emotion: NOT that the particular emotion actually fits the scenario it just seems to be the comfort zone of...