An inspirational look at ordinary people who turn pain into purpose. Hosted by international bestselling author Lynda Cheldelin Fell, creator of the award-winning Grief Diaries book series and co-founder of the International Grief Institute.
Silence Doesn't Save Lives
One courageous voice can stop one deadly choice. Candace Lightner, founder of MADD and We Save Lives, shares how to intervene when you see an impaired driver this July 4th.
A drunk driver killed my mother
Michael Gershe was just 2 months old when a drunk driver plowed into the family car, breaking every bone in Michael's body and killing his 28 year-old mother. How he's turning pain into purpose to help prevent others from doing the same.
Coping with loss of a pet
Psychology professor Dave Roberts lost his cat Nitzki in early May, and shares his thoughts on euthanasia, traumatic loss, and rituals to help cope with death of a four-legged family member.
Lover's Lane Murders
In 1990, Garland Atkinson's only son Andy was tied to a tree as his girlfriend was raped and murdered. Andy was then killed. Held hostage by bureaucracy, the killer's DNA has yet to be sent to the crime lab. Where did the Houston Police Department go wrong? The Andy Atkinson's story and his father's fight for law enforcement transparency.
Help! I can't get out of bed.
Deana Martin lost her two children in a car accident in 2011 and now lives with severe depression and complicated grief. She shares her story with Lynda Cheldelin Fell who offers her an rx for hope.
Moments of Hope - Bill Guggenheim's story
Bill Guggenheim is considered the father of after-death communication. His research and interviews of over 3,000 firsthand experiences led to the blockbuster book Hello From Heaven. But that was before he lost his daughter to suicide. Hear what he has to say now.