34 episodes

Anasazi Foundation presents: The ReConnect Podcast—a weekly show dedicated to helping you strengthen your most important relationships AND connect with your truest self. Join our host, Ganel-Lyn Condie, as she interviews a diverse group of inspirational people to help you reconnect with what matters most.

The ReConnect Podcast Anasazi Foundation

    • Self-Improvement
    • 4.0, 20 Ratings

Anasazi Foundation presents: The ReConnect Podcast—a weekly show dedicated to helping you strengthen your most important relationships AND connect with your truest self. Join our host, Ganel-Lyn Condie, as she interviews a diverse group of inspirational people to help you reconnect with what matters most.

    Struggling, Vulnerability, and Helping Others

    Struggling, Vulnerability, and Helping Others

    Ganel-Lyn Condie shares some thoughts about being open about our personal struggles and asking for (and giving) help.Anasazi Foundation is a wilderness therapy program for at-risk youth. Learn more about us at: https://www.anasazi.org.You may also find...

    • 15 min
    Loving, Supporting, and Listening To The Elderly || Katie Cheesman

    Loving, Supporting, and Listening To The Elderly || Katie Cheesman

    In this episode, Ganel-Lyn interviews Katie Cheesman—founder of The Listening Ear Project. The Listening Ear Project is a movement centered on collecting, documenting, and sharing the wisdom and experiences of the elderly. To learn more about it, please...

    • 43 min
    Thoughts On Suicide Prevention || Ganel-Lyn Condie

    Thoughts On Suicide Prevention || Ganel-Lyn Condie

    Ganel-Lyn Condie talks about her experience as a "Hope Works," speaker, talks about her sister's suicide, and offers powerful thoughts on suicide prevention.Anasazi Foundation is a wilderness therapy program for at-risk youth. Learn more about us at...

    • 20 min
    Suicide Prevention and Moving Forward with Purpose || Taryn Aiken Hiatt

    Suicide Prevention and Moving Forward with Purpose || Taryn Aiken Hiatt

    In this episode, Ganel-Lyn Condie talks to Taryn Aiken Hiatt, the Area Director of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention in Utah and Nevada. Taryn is the founding chair of the Utah chapter, organized the Salt Lake City walk for many years and...

    • 39 min
    Broken Trust And How To Heal A Marriage || Maurice Harker

    Broken Trust And How To Heal A Marriage || Maurice Harker

    How to Heal and Restore A Broken Marriage

    • 37 min
    The Impact of Crime and Prisons on Families || Doug Richens

    The Impact of Crime and Prisons on Families || Doug Richens

    In this episode, Ganel-Lyn interviews Doug Richens, a man who has worked for years ministering to the incarcerated and their families. Through his unique perspective, Doug shares some powerful insights on how we can help those who have been affected by...

    • 37 min

Customer Reviews

4.0 out of 5
20 Ratings

20 Ratings

Fishutah ,

"LISTEN" MIXED UP SPELLS "SILENT"

If you interview someone let them talk while you listen. You spend more time talking over them instead of listening. It's very distracting. If you feel your words are the most valuable, don't invite guests.

livgoodlyfe ,

Disappointed

I heard Ganel-Lyn on another podcast I subscribe to and was looking forward to listening to this reconnect podcast. I’ve listened to quite a few episodes but have been frustrated that Ganel-Lyn frequently speaks over her guests or interjects her own opinion as the “expert” on the topic not allowing her guest to share his/her expertise. I wanted to give one more listen today when I saw the topic of overcoming depression and living a joyful life. But again Ganel-Lyn would not let her guest share her information without the constant interruption and interjecting her own opinions. If you aren’t going to allow the guest to speak, why have them join you? I was frustrated and turned it off about 3/4 of the way through. Unfortunately I am going to delete the podcast from my feed... disappointed...

RDinAF ,

Needs some work

I think this podcast is a great idea, but I’m having a hard time listening because Ganel-lyn talks over her guests. I think as the interviewer, she should be doing more listening and less talking.

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