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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 Learning at Shoreline School District

Former Director Vocational Eduction at Federal Way School District

Former Executive Director at Private Initiatives in Public Education (PIPE)

Studied at Colorado State University, University of Montana and Gonzaga University

Studied at Central Washington University  Originally From Walla Walla, Washington Married 55 years to her wonderful husband John 

Cynthia says "What excites me is to inspire women (and men) who really want to live with vim, and vigor having a vibrant lifestyle, like I do at 78.  And, I don’t want to keep this information to myself, any longer.

After a 4-decade career as an education administrator, working long days, with long commutes, lacking a balanced life for more fun time with family and friends; Cynthia realized there was more to life and she wanted:

- More play time
- More financial security and stability
- More money for extras, travel, contributions and gifts
- More time for me

It was when her dear friend said, she had “freed herself both physically and financially”, no longer working “time for dollars” and created financial freedom from home….  Cynthia  LISTENED and leaned into the opportunity!

Since then, she’s been mentoring others to build an exit strategy from the daily grind and earn a lucrative income from home - for free.

Today, Cynthia is on a mission to reverse the effects of aging.

Cynthia Shelton is Youthful Aging Advocate, I say expert who inspires you to have physical and financial wellness.

Cynthia helps people who. . . 

  • want to age with grace. . .
  • complain about aging and don’t realize that accepting the downward slide does not need to be their norm.  
  • want to alleviate or eliminate the side effects of aging.

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. 

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