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Diane Passey: Does Weight Equal Worth?

At a dark point in her life, Diane Passey decided she was too heavy to keep living. Follow her journey from grief and despair to coach. Some of the points discussed are: There will be a light at the end of the tunnel. It may be just a tiny glimmer. But it’s there. There is…

Debbie Ihler Rasmussen: Rediscovering my Self-Worth

Debbie never wanted her family to be a statistic, but finally knew it was time for a divorce. She shares how she regained her self-worth with God’s help. Rediscovering my Self-Worth Bio Debbie Ihler Rasmussen opened a dance studio and began teaching when she was 17 and that developed into a 44 year career teaching…

Elizabeth Allen: 4 Lessons From Loss

Elizabeth Allen was stunned when her healthy 16-year-old son died suddenly one day from HCM. She shares wisdom learned along grief’s road with God’s help. 4 Lessons From Loss Bio Elizabeth Allen is the oldest of 10 children and grew up in California. She met her husband as a student at BYU and they have…

Abel Keogh: Why I Believe in Second Chances

Abel Keogh never expected the suicide of his first wife nor his terrible grief as a widower. Through God’s grace he experienced the power of second chances. Abel Keogh: Why I Believe in Second Chances Bio Abel Keogh is a relationship coach and the expert on widower relationships. As a remarried widower he has successfully…

Wendy Spooner: 5 Lessons Every Imperfect Family Should Know

Wendy Wilson Spooner shares how she healed from trauma and why it is important for every family to know it is okay to be imperfect (everybody is). Wendy Spooner: 5 Lessons Every Imperfect Family Should Know Bio Wendy Wilson Spooner is a professional genetic genealogist by day, a writer by night, and an artist in…