37 episodes

In this podcast you will hear from amazing people who work in prevention. We will also interview amazing people and their journey to overcome and excel. We will talk all things mental health, and suicide prevention.

Life's Worth Living Foundation Podcast Jon Gossett

    • Mental Health
    • 5.0 • 74 Ratings

In this podcast you will hear from amazing people who work in prevention. We will also interview amazing people and their journey to overcome and excel. We will talk all things mental health, and suicide prevention.

    Life's Worth Living Podcast - Episode 37 with Julie Lee

    Life's Worth Living Podcast - Episode 37 with Julie Lee

    My guest this week is Julie Lee, she just had her book published entitled, I See You, how compassion and connection saves lives. Julie talks about growing up in a home with a father who suffered with bi-polar disorder, and what this looked like through the eyes of a child. She talks about going through her own struggles with anxiety, depression and PTSD. She shares her journey with us, and talks about her podcast and new book. julieleespeaks.com

    • 1 hr 6 min
    Life's Worth Living Podcast - Episode 36 with Ty Herndon

    Life's Worth Living Podcast - Episode 36 with Ty Herndon

    My guest Ty Herndon, is a huge Nashville recording artist and amazing human, with (4) #1's, tons of Top Ten hits, 20 charted singles, a Grammy Nomination, and the recipient of the Dove Award. In 2014 Ty, was the first major male Country Star to come out Gay. He founded the first of its kind, "Concert for Love and Acceptance", to help at risk youth. Ty shares his experience, and his insight into the LGBTQ Community. He just released a single with Paul Cardall and Kristin Chenoweth called "Orphans of God"

    • 1 hr 10 min
    Life's Worth Living Podcast - Episode 35 with Liz Stone

    Life's Worth Living Podcast - Episode 35 with Liz Stone

    This weeks guest Liz Stone, shares her story of her best friends murder. She tells us about her suicide attempt, sexual assault, and being held captive. She pushed through and avoided facing these traumas. Although she suffered much as a young lady, she finally had to face these demons head on to heal. Today Liz is the founder of Empowering the One. She talks about the amazing things she is currently doing, and how it has helped her heal.

    • 1 hr 2 min
    Life's Worth Living Podcast - Episode 34 with Heidi Roundy

    Life's Worth Living Podcast - Episode 34 with Heidi Roundy

    Heidi Roundy comes on the podcast to share some amazing things she is doing. Heidi's daughter attempted suicide at age 14, which led Heidi to find out what resources were available. Heidi started a blog to help. The blog is meant for those who struggle, as well as parents helping their own children. pushonhopeahead.home.blog
    Today I share about Nicole Marie Hilton, in St George, Utah. Here is the link. http://www.gofundme.com/f/nicoles-medical-bills-please-help? Video link https://youtu.be/0pg-iKfFzUY

    • 58 min
    Life's Worth Living Podcast - Episode 33 with Chris & Berna Sloan

    Life's Worth Living Podcast - Episode 33 with Chris & Berna Sloan

    I am so excited this week to have Chris & Berna Sloan on the podcast. Chris Sloan serves on the Foundations Board of Directors. This week Berna Sloan will share her story. Her purpose for sharing her story of adverse childhood experiences, is to bring hope to the listener, that your past does not define your future. There is no limit to what you can become. That you can break the chain of abuse and have a bright tomorrow. Berna is a living example of success. I am so grateful for her coming on the show.

    • 1 hr 8 min
    Life's Worth Living Podcast - Episode 32 with Peter Clegg & Kevin Neff

    Life's Worth Living Podcast - Episode 32 with Peter Clegg & Kevin Neff

    Todays guests Peter Clegg & Kevin Neff, from Tooele County Health Department, talk about their new roles in Prevention after coming over from Valley Behavioral. They talk to me about what they are doing as a health dept. working in Prevention. We talk about the community as a whole, and the needs of the community. They tell us about an exciting new program they are rolling out as this episode airs, called Man Therapy. This program is meant for men ages 22-54, listen to hear more about it.

    • 1 hr 8 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
74 Ratings

74 Ratings

JaredRMiller ,

Amazing Content

This podcast has inspirational stories and is full of helpful context. I love listening each week!

Stampingjulie ,

Great work

Love the podcast and Jon’s interview style. I’m so thrilled with the work he is doing. He is making a difference in his community and in the world. Thank you, Jon, for caring enough to show up for all of us! Julie Cluff

Richard Ostler ,

Great Podcast!

Thank you Jon Gossett for this great podcast! The kinds of conversations that Jon is having helps reduce suicide and increase hope. I encourage everyone to subscribe and listen to this podcast 😊

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