Christina Rasmussen, author of “Second Firsts” and “Where Did You Go?”, and founder of the Life Reentry Institute, has life-altering conversations with people of all walks of life who have impacted the world against all odds. They have faced great loss and extraordinary circumstances and used their grief and life lessons to transform their lives.
Each week, Christina speaks with artists, athletes, astronauts, authors, chefs, and every day people to explore their hardest moments and how they found the strength and resilience to not only survive, but to thrive and go on to have incredible impacts on the world.
This is not your typical podcast with the same old guests. Our goal is to introduce you to new voices and stories that might be similar to yours so that you can find hope, healing and thrive again, too.
Christine Hassler - It’s Never Too Late to Change Your Life
Christine Hassler is a Master Coach, facilitator, best-selling author, and speaker with over 16 years of experience. She has a fascinating and inspiring story, that is ultimately about choosing yourself instead of meeting expectations or what we think we are supposed to do.
Chris Meyer - Lessons about Life from a Funeral Guy
Chris Meyer is so full of positive energy and a zest for life, and as he explains during our conversation, he has learned so much about living this way through his work with death and those that are grieving.
Christina Rasmussen - It's My 49th Birthday Today
It’s my 49th Birthday today and I wanted to release a special solo episode to celebrate this day with all of you.
Terri Cole - Let’s Talk About Your Boundaries
Terri is a licensed psychotherapist, relationship and empowerment expert, and author. She talks about boundaries in a way that I haven’t seen before. Through her book, she defines them in ways that I wasn’t expecting and opened my mind to areas and experiences in my life that are boundary issues I hadn’t seen before.
Dr. Lisa Shulman - Before and After Loss: A Neurologist's Perspective on Loss, Grief, and Our Brain
Dr. Lisa Shulman approached her grief as a neurologist and wants to normalize the experience of grief for everyone. As she explains, when you understand how emotional trauma impacts the brain, it normalizes the experiences and helps us to feel less alone. While of course everyone’s experience is different, it’s also true that we are having very similar experiences, right down to the kind of dreams that we have.
Debra Silverman - A Fun Conversation With An Astrologist
Debra is an author, astrologer, and clinical psychologist. Over the past 40 years of professional experience and private practice, she has specialized in helping thousands of individuals achieve emotional health and wisdom based on their unique personality and the four elements: water, air, earth, and fire.
I was not aware of your podcast before today, but I am a graduate of Debra Silverman‘s program. Now I am a fan! This podcast was so different than just another interview with Debra. So much depth and intuition. I had to listen to it twice. Thank you! So glad I found you and I’m anxious to listen to more. ❤️
Dr Greyson interview
I am a founder and facilitator for one of the largest groups on Bereavement group / social group for young widows and widowers on the east coast.
This interview was very inspiring. Been reading books on NDE for years.
Ordered my book today😊
Unique and powerful show
Christina is an amazing interviewer. She has conversations with people in a way you don’t often hear on podcasts. 5 stars.