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So often after trauma we lose that connection to our wild and free self. What happens to it? Where does it go? Can we reclaim it? These are questions that come into play when you seek to release the past because they affect how you live in the present.
This week, expert coach, Martha Beck, Ph.D., joins us to discuss her new book that gives a simple plan for reclaiming your natural self. Plus, survivor Debbie Schmidt joins us to explain how she released the past and learned to live with uncertainty.You can conquer the past and create the future. It’s all about learning how to make the choices and take the actions that will help you do that.
The show airs Thursday, January 19th, 7:05-8pm EST on Seaview Radio in Florida, 95.9FM/106.9FM/960AM. If you’re not local you can listen by clicking on the LISTEN LIVE button at the top of this post!
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Martha Beck, Ph.D., holds three social-science degrees from Harvard University. She has taught a variety of subjects at Harvard and the American Graduate School of International Management. Author of several international bestsellers, including Expecting Adam and Finding Your Own North Star, and the Steering By Starlight, Beck is also a monthly columnist for O, The Oprah Magazine. USA Today and Psychology Today have referred to her as “the best known life coach in America.” She lives with her family in Phoenix, Arizona. For more information, please visit marthabeck.com.
” In Finding Your Way in a Wild New World, I teach you how to become a ‘wayfinder,’ able to surf the ever-changing tides of your life rather than feeling swept away by the tsunami of change we’re all experiencing.”
Debbie Schmidt is a 62 year old woman … wife, mother, soon-to-be grandmother, care giver, friend and recent cancer survivor. She was born and raised in New York … born in the city, raised on Long Island. She has lived in New York, Maryland, Connecticut and Florida. She is a college graduate with almost 40 years of employment in the corporate sector. Debbie is an avid reader and enjoys painting and sketching.
Debbie’s story of survival is one of surrender and appreciation. My journey begins with diagnosis and continues as she searches for ways to live a meaningful life. It has been a time of transformation.
Her mission is to live with health, happiness and purpose.
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