Lori Jean Glass shares how to become a #HealthyAdult from the lessons she has learned from tragically losing her father and growing up without a father figure. Listen in as Lori discusses how she explored her family history to help deal with her grief and how you can learn to attach in a healthy way.
You’ll learn how to heal and tackle the challenges that present themselves when a loss occurs and how fighting the darkness is always an option. You’ll also hear how you must take every opportunity whilst you can, because, in the face of loss, you don’t get do-overs.
Lori took her life lessons and created PIVOT, which helps people think better, feel better, and live better. Tune in to hear how you can be, feel and live better.
Here’s a glance at what you’ll learn from Lori in this episode:
How to heal and tackle the challenges from the early loss of a father Fighting the darkness is always an option. It’s never too late. Being a #HealthyAdult and what PIVOT is How to explore the history of your family to deal with grief You don’t get do-overs, so don’t give up whilst you have opportunity How you can attach in a healthy way Being at peace with loss, it’s not always about being “healed” Processing the emotional loss of an absent father Timestamps:
0:00 – Introduction 0:46 – Who is Lori Jean Glass? 2:22 – Fighting the darkness and knowing it’s never too late 7:06 – Welcoming Lori onto the show 9:44 – West Virginia and founding PIVOT 10:45 – Growing up without a father 13:20 – The moment Lori lost her father 18:00 – Connecting to family via stories rather than experience 19:50 – Dealing with the loss of Lori’s mother 20:20 – Exploring Lori’s Fathers Life and the healing process 22:54 – Never giving up. You don’t get do-overs. 25:35 – The emotions of reflection 28:30 – Attaching in a healthy way 34:24 – Work on your sh*t. Be part of the solution. 35:40 – Define “Healed” 37:13 – Processing the emotional loss of an absent father 39:25 – Seeing your father in other people 41:15 – Lori and Tim’s friendship & Tim’s Father-Daughter relationship 44:20 – Dealing with triggered emotions 47:10 – Lori’s wish: Recognising deep wounds early 51:12 – The highest level of consciousness has the biggest responsibility 53:30 – Is there hope in the current state of father-daughter relationships? 55:00 – Where to find Lori and PIVOT Episode Resources:
Lori Jean Glass Website: https://lorijean.com/ PIVOT Website: https://www.lovetopivot.com/ #HealthyAdult Book: https://www.amazon.com/HealthyAdult-Fantasy-Confusion-Isolation-Connection/dp/1544503547/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr= West by West: My Charmed, Tormented Life: https://www.amazon.com/West-My-Charmed-Tormented-Life/dp/0316053503 Podcast Links:
Website: https://thefatherdaughterdance.libsyn.com/website Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/podcast/the-father-daughter-dance/id1556215258 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/7jb7DO3009t2GOjsTRCwOz Email: email@example.com