Honest, safe, thoughtful conversations about living a hopeful life.
17. From adversity to opportunity with Tom Morris
Tom is a strong, capable athlete. A determined man whose life’s work is focused on strength and conditioning. When a devastating accident changed the trajectory he doubled down on his determination and has found a way to live a hopeful life despite what others see as limitations.
16. The courage to suffer with Daryl Van Tongeren & Sara Showalter Van Tongeren
Therapeutic approaches that treat suffering as a problem to be fixed are incomplete. In this conversation we talk about flourishing in the midst of suffering by cultivating meaning.
15. The art of storytelling with Alison Rash
In celebration of Hope Scarves annual Storython I sit down with Alison to hear her story and learn how she faces metastatic breast cancer. Alison is an artist, professor mom and MBC patient. Her work has exhibited in Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, San Diego, Dallas and Washington D.C. as well as internationally in Paris, Venice and Tokyo. Her art and life are examples of mixing colors, textures and experiences to create something brilliantly a work in progress and a masterpiece, at the same time. Enjoy this beautiful story.
14. Telling your story with April Stearns
Writing has the power to help us reflect and heal. It can also be intimidating. April breaks this all down as she shares her personal story and the transformative power of storytelling.
13. The young breast cancer experience with Dana Donofree
When Dana was diagnosed she didn’t know young women got breast cancer. She also thought she had the “easy cancer.” She’s learned that neither of these things were true in real life. So she set out to change this.
12. Building resiliency with Shelly Sowell
We are all experiencing a collective trauma - global pandemic, economic uncertainty, racial injustice, polarizing politics. Shelly Sowell helps us understand our feelings and build resiliency in an uncertain time.