Expert Interview Roundup: Grief and Forgiveness
This month, I had an opportunity to interview some really terrific experts around grief and forgiveness. I encourage you to listen to our interviews and connect with each of these amazing women.
She’s performed MBH at The New End Theatre in London, The Jewish Ensemble Theatre in Michigan, Celebration Theatre in Los Angeles, The Marsh, San Francisco, for Coalitions against Domestic Violence in NY, AZ and NM, for women prisoners in Los Angeles, spiritual communities (Church of Religious Science, Center for Spiritual Living, Unity Church and Jewish Communities) in HI, CA, AZ, and OK, at theatres, women’s groups, for college students and faculty in NY, AZ, MI and HI, for the US Air Force and at International Theatre Festivals in England and Austria. She is the recipient of a Hero of Forgiveness award from The Hawaii International Forgiveness Project and has been interviewed on Fox TV morning news and NPR.
Passionate about helping people live better lives, Brenda is also a life-coach focusing on the power of forgiving the unforgivable.
Welcome to my interview with THE Brenda Adelman where we discuss:
1. How writing your story can heal your life (and the difference between handwriting vs. typing our story).
2. Brenda’s powerful 3 step forgiveness process.
3. How to know you still have forgiving to do.
4. Top myths about forgiveness and self-forgiveness.
5. Brenda’s TOP forgiveness tip.
6. What advice Brenda has for couples who have faced infidelity.
7. Different ways to release situations and acknowledge your forgiveness.
8. Brenda’s top self-care tips.
Bio: TalibahAset is a Metaphysician, Integrative Healing Arts Practitioner, Soul Therapist Inspirational Writer and Transformational speaker, who uses her own self-styled wisdom, tell-it-like-it-is humor, and powerful stories to create powerful messages that touch, inspire and transform lives.
She has overcome physical, emotional, and sexual abuse, “survived” single motherhood, gone from low-self esteem to self-mastery, and transformed extreme co-dependency into self confidence. She masterfully harnesses the lessons of failure and suffering to create, sometimes hilarious, sometimes tear jerking and always memorable and inspiring personalized royal advice for individuals or crowds.
Her signature message, “Be Uncommonly Extraordinary” helps you to understand the purpose of suffering, recognize the value of failure, think abundantly, attempt fearlessly, and make a way out of no way to masterfully create for yourself an uncommonly extraordinary life.
Welcome to my interview with TalibahAset where we discuss:
1. The three grief myths and how to avoid them.
2. Keys to healing.
3. The importance of breath.
4. How grief is a ritualistic letting go and ways to create your own ritual.
5. Inspiring stories from both Talibah and Tandy along the way.
Bio: My name is unique and it suits me: Thilan is Korean; Legierse is French; I am Dutch, married to a Scotsman; and I live in Australia.
Having worked for the United Nations in countries like Switzerland, Cambodia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the Netherlands, I feel like a fish in global waters (as long as I have access to Dutch liquorice from time to time).
My passion for all things communication is a direct result of my career in which I worked as a barrister, a UN lawyer (working in (post) war zones in Cambodia and Bosnis-Herzegovina and on an international tribunal in The Hague) , a human resources manager, a mediator and a communication coach.My professional experience has given me the opportunity to practise and master my communication skills to the max.
I presented cases before the Supreme Court, negotiated with war criminals, monitored human rights violations and mediated workplace conflict. So I have plenty of experience in persuasion, negotiation, public speaking and conflict resolution.
Throughout my career I had to step out of my comfort zone, learn from my mistakes, overcome feeling truly shitty and never give up.
I am also the founder of Win-Win Matters ( a consultancy firm) and the author of “Dealing with Conflict at Work: Eight Keys to Communicate with Colleagues Who Drive You Nuts”
I now want to share my knowledge with women in the real world, not just in the corporate world.
Welcome to my interview with Thilan where we discuss:
- Heartbreaking stories of torture and death and common themes around forgiveness.
- Forgiveness tips
- Tips for having a forgiveness conversation… and much more.
Bio: Angie Kutzer started FromMyLifeToYourHeart, out of her passion to share her life and her faith. Her wish is to Inspire Good Choices, Perseverance, and Forgiveness through Sharing her life Experiences.
Angie has been a blogger for 2 years, and has just started working on her 1st book. She is a Public Speaker at many varied events, on a large array of topics!
Angie lives in North Dakota, with her husband, 2 sons, and black dog named “Vader”. She strives to share her faith and positivity with everyone she encounters!
Welcome to my interview with Angie where we discuss:
1. How her experience with a drunk driver changed her life.
2. The top 2 reasons it’s difficult to forgive.
3. 4 tips to overcome forgiveness and truly forgive and BE at peace.
Connect with Angie at www.frommylifetoyourheart.com
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