This is a podcast of hope for those who suffer from mental illness or have touched the raw emotional force of attempted suicide or death by suicide. Be the One helps bring light to the stigma around mental health issues and provides a safe harbor for those who are hurting and their advocates.
Embracing Imperfections with Shandy Longcore
Shandy Longcore, founder of embracing imperfections, joins Vonnie and Aaron to discuss her 'why' and how she has been called to share her story of being a suicide attempt survivor. Shandy reminds us that each of our lives has a purpose and we are here for a reason.
The Soul's Journey with Laura Powers
On this episode, Vonnie and Aaron are joined by celebrity psychic, Laura Powers, who is also an actress, author and creative entrepreneur. Laura shares her journey to becoming a psychic medium and her insights on angels, life after death and manifesting to better understand and change your life. Enjoy!
Kent County Sheriff Victims Unit
Pattie Thayer, the Kent County Sheriff Victim's Unit Coordinator, joins us to discuss the role of a group of volunteers that speak with families after a tragedy. Learn how you can help to support your community in times of crisis.
To the Edge and Back with Brandon Staglin
Brandin Staglin, President of One Mind, joins us via phone to discuss the initiatives of his family-run brain health organization. In this episode you'll hear his story about coming back from schizophrenia, the important work One Mind is doing to help neuro-atypical people, and why the term "Brain Health" is replacing "Mental Health." Listen today!
Back to Basics with Doug Meijer
Welcome to Season 2 of Be the One with Aaron and Vonnie! Doug Meijer returns to discuss depression and a change in terminology from mental health to brain health. Learn about the Doug Meijer Innovation Center that is being built in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and more! Welcome back!
Original song "Working Boots" by Kelley Ann of Nashville, Tennessee.
Vonnie & Covid-19
Coronavirus has struck! Join us as we discuss Vonnie's diagnosis of Covid-19, testing shortages, and discovering hope within the quarantine.
Original song by Kelley Ann of Nashville, Tennessee.