Once I stopped blaming others and accepted the reality of what was really happening, my true self just appeared. She’d been there all the time. She was just hidden by a false reality. My journey into this new found enlightenment began in March of 2012, when I quit my job, sold my stuff, and with no job and no money headed to the mountains of Colorado.
Silke Herwald is the Grief Specialist and inventor of the ‘Grief to Love’ blueprint. She supports bereaved women, teaches grief counsellors, Hypnotherapists and Psychologists her groundbreaking ‘Grief To Love’ blueprint. She is an international speaker and grief awareness advocate. Over the past 12 years Silke has assisted hundreds of grieving clients online, in person, and with her ‘Grief To Love’ courses.
Kate is a coach who combines storytelling with coaching to empower women in the workplace. Stories are a brilliant way of taking yourself slightly out of the emotional centre and regarding it from a distance. It really helps to see the situation more clearly.
Kriste wrote Fat Mom on a Mountain as a motivation to get off the couch, face her fears, and memorialize her 50th birthday. Her memoir is an honest portrayal of a mother who is trying to find herself by peeling away the layers that are no longer serving her life. It is her first book.
After the shock of being diagnosed as post menopause at 41, Rachel created an online community to support midlife women, The Mutton Club online magazine, and the Magnificent Midlife Podcast. She reveals and celebrates the positive midlife experience, helping midlife women get unstuck, so they can transform their lives.
Women over fifty in a domestic violence situation can have greater difficulty as they are navigating many transitions and change. Menopause, retirement, children leaving home, aging parents, financial dependency on their partner, and increased health issues are complex issues.
BARBIE LISS is a Life Coach, Energy Healer and Speaker & Advocate for Restorative Justice and Societal Healing. She brings awareness to the challenges of secondary trauma through her personal story of healing after her daughter was raped, and the restorative justice outcome of their case, making history in the justice system.
Neeahtima Dowdy is the creator and host of We’re Not Dead Yet: Women Rocking their Next Chapter, a YouTube series for and about women over 40, 50, 60 and beyond who are reinventing themselves, discovering new talents, and dreaming new dreams.
I am super excited to bring this bonus episode today with Dr. Tanda Cook. I ask her the big question a lot of women over 50 are wondering - what in the world do we eat? We talk about that and much more! And I learn what #jerf means!
My guest Christine Stallard helps people rekindle their flame, master their mind, dare to dream, design a new path, and unleash their entrepreneurial spirit. In the process, they gain confidence and clarity to transition to an inspired life filled with passion and purpose, on their own terms and in any chapter.
Women often face the systematic erasure of their perspective and stories — told they’re being “difficult” or “irrational.” Women’s wisdom and ability to see the bigger picture is a powerful force. They often see things in a moral context — and that’s a vital balance to the competitive systems that tend to drive too many decisions.
After a forty-year hiatus, she started motorcycling again when her son graduated from college. To celebrate his achievement and fill her impending empty nest, Jane, her husband, and son took a 10,000-mile motorcycle trek across the United States
A devastating but funny, life-affirming love story, We’ve Got to Stop Meeting Like This is for anyone who has ever dared to fight for what matters - and believes it’s never too late to find love or enlightenment. But not necessarily in that order.
Like I said, there are so many possibilities when you have arthritis and you don't have to dream small just because you have osteoarthritis. There are so many things that are possible hiking, backpacking, skiing. All sorts of things, but even just getting to the point where you can walk around your block or walk your dogs.
Change is not easy. And I know sometimes we hear people's stories and they went from this to this, and there's so much in between, and there's so much ups and downs and there's so much should I have done this in doubting and it's a real journey and I think we're rarely need to support each other and these journeys of change and transformation.
One of the things as women that we need to do more of is pour more love into ourselves. We pour so much love into others. And one of the things I know about love is when you love someone, you protect them. You take care of them, you do things for them, even when you don't want it.
Because once you know your values and you know, what you desire. Then you can put your goals in place, but only then will you follow through on your goals? Because if your goals and alignment and values, aren't in alignment, they're going to fizzle.
The beliefs about change are very important. So as a society, we carry beliefs about age. We carry beliefs. Change. And if you mix the two together, It's it's, it's very normal that people will come to this type of work with some kind of a deep rooted, seated beliefs about age and about change