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Season 2/Episode 4 - Conversation with Collier Landry, Part 1 Life, Lived Better

    • Self-Improvement

We were privileged to have Collier Landry join us on the podcast. You might know Collier from the documentary, originally aired on ID TV and now on Prime, called A Murder in Mansfield. Collier was the main subject of that documentary. At 11-years old, Collier was witness to the murder of his mother and at 12 he testified for the defense against his father. His father, Dr. Jack Boyle was convicted and sentenced to life in prison. 

Collier is a cinematographer and filmmaker. His work is featured The NY Times, Variety, Esquire, USA Today, The Daily Mail, and The NY Post. He has been a TEDx Speaker and a guest on The Dr. Phil Show. Collier has a podcast called Moving Past Murder, which you can find on the major platforms, and you can watch it live on YouTube. 

Visit Collier's website, find information about his podcast, Moving Past Murder, and access his Ted Talk, What Happens When the answers we seek are not what we find or go to his YouTube Channel. Collier can be found on most social media platforms, like Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and Tik Tok. 

Please Note: The content and language in this episode is for adults. Please use discretion when listening. 

You can find information about this and other episodes on the website: www.lifelivedbetter.net.

Just a reminder - anything shared by the pair during this and all other episodes is based on personal experiences and opinions. It is not to be viewed as professional counseling or advice and is solely the opinion of the individual and does not represent their employers or profession.

Let us hear from you. If you have any question, you want the pair to tackle, just email. Maybe your question will be addressed in future episodes. info@lifelivedbetter.net

#lifelivedbetter #counseling #therapy #podcast #love #education #lifestyle #wellness #psychology #love #education #drphil #drphilshow #murder #murderinmansfield #collierlandry #TEDx #NYTimes #Variety #esquire #USAToday #TheDailyMail #nypost #movingpastmurder #trauma #recovery #grief #advocacy #survivor


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This episode is sponsored by
· Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

We were privileged to have Collier Landry join us on the podcast. You might know Collier from the documentary, originally aired on ID TV and now on Prime, called A Murder in Mansfield. Collier was the main subject of that documentary. At 11-years old, Collier was witness to the murder of his mother and at 12 he testified for the defense against his father. His father, Dr. Jack Boyle was convicted and sentenced to life in prison. 

Collier is a cinematographer and filmmaker. His work is featured The NY Times, Variety, Esquire, USA Today, The Daily Mail, and The NY Post. He has been a TEDx Speaker and a guest on The Dr. Phil Show. Collier has a podcast called Moving Past Murder, which you can find on the major platforms, and you can watch it live on YouTube. 

Visit Collier's website, find information about his podcast, Moving Past Murder, and access his Ted Talk, What Happens When the answers we seek are not what we find or go to his YouTube Channel. Collier can be found on most social media platforms, like Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and Tik Tok. 

Please Note: The content and language in this episode is for adults. Please use discretion when listening. 

You can find information about this and other episodes on the website: www.lifelivedbetter.net.

Just a reminder - anything shared by the pair during this and all other episodes is based on personal experiences and opinions. It is not to be viewed as professional counseling or advice and is solely the opinion of the individual and does not represent their employers or profession.

Let us hear from you. If you have any question, you want the pair to tackle, just email. Maybe your question will be addressed in future episodes. info@lifelivedbetter.net

#lifelivedbetter #counseling #therapy #podcast #love #education #lifestyle #wellness #psychology #love #education #drphil #drphilshow #murder #murderinmansfield #collierlandry #TEDx #NYTimes #Variety #esquire #USAToday #TheDailyMail #nypost #movingpastmurder #trauma #recovery #grief #advocacy #survivor


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This episode is sponsored by
· Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

40 min