48 min

EP 41 - Leave Your Light On - With Shelley Buck & Kathy Curtis Hard Beautiful Journey - Vulnerable Conversations about Grief, Trauma, Addictions and Mental Health

    • Mental Health

I had the honor to speak with Shelley Buck and Kathy Curtis about the book they wrote called “Leave Your Light On”.  This book is about Shelley’s son Ryder Buck.  I read the book in about 3 hours, I couldn’t put it down and from the description I give now you will understand why:
Rarely does someone so joyfully authentic come along and flash a light so bright you can’t help but feel a rush of hope.  Ryder Buck was such a guy.
He was charming and hilarious, ornery and aggravating, and he delighted in his love of music. Nothing more and nothing less than himself, his self-acceptance fueled his audacious dreams and taught him to have faith and just let go. Ryder lived a magical life, but he was also tested in ways many of us never will be. He endured the pain of a cancer diagnosis and the hardship of chemo treatment. And when the disease that should have beaten him didn’t, his unimaginable fate showed up on a dark highway.
Then his light began to shine even brighter. It led his mother out of the dark tunnel of her grief. It cradled a family, heartbroken by his silent guitar, to find healing together. It has given people throughout the world the encouragement to be who they really are, to discover their own purpose- to wake up to the magic in their own hearts.
Ryder’s story will inspire you to see your own light – no matter what life or death throws your way.

The book can be found on Amazon & Barnes & Noble or at www.leaveyourlightonbook.com,  Ryder's music can be found at www.ryderbuckmusic.com and the Facebook account is www.facebook.com/RyderBuck.
 
Shelley can be found on Instagram:  www.instagram.com/shelraebuck/ and Twitter www.twitter.com/shelbuckeroos5
 
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I had the honor to speak with Shelley Buck and Kathy Curtis about the book they wrote called “Leave Your Light On”.  This book is about Shelley’s son Ryder Buck.  I read the book in about 3 hours, I couldn’t put it down and from the description I give now you will understand why:
Rarely does someone so joyfully authentic come along and flash a light so bright you can’t help but feel a rush of hope.  Ryder Buck was such a guy.
He was charming and hilarious, ornery and aggravating, and he delighted in his love of music. Nothing more and nothing less than himself, his self-acceptance fueled his audacious dreams and taught him to have faith and just let go. Ryder lived a magical life, but he was also tested in ways many of us never will be. He endured the pain of a cancer diagnosis and the hardship of chemo treatment. And when the disease that should have beaten him didn’t, his unimaginable fate showed up on a dark highway.
Then his light began to shine even brighter. It led his mother out of the dark tunnel of her grief. It cradled a family, heartbroken by his silent guitar, to find healing together. It has given people throughout the world the encouragement to be who they really are, to discover their own purpose- to wake up to the magic in their own hearts.
Ryder’s story will inspire you to see your own light – no matter what life or death throws your way.

The book can be found on Amazon & Barnes & Noble or at www.leaveyourlightonbook.com,  Ryder's music can be found at www.ryderbuckmusic.com and the Facebook account is www.facebook.com/RyderBuck.
 
Shelley can be found on Instagram:  www.instagram.com/shelraebuck/ and Twitter www.twitter.com/shelbuckeroos5
 
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Facebook Private Group for Hard Beautiful Journey is HERE.  Please come join us!

48 min