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Interview with Julie Genovese

“If we keep staring at the closed doors, we won’t see the open  windows.” I am excited to introduce you to Julie Genovese, writer and inspirational speaker.   Her memoir, Nothing Short of Joy, is truly nothing short of uplifting and motivating. May your heart fill up with compassion, joy and appreciation...

Interview with Natasha Alexenko

I am pleased to present Natasha Alexenko, a woman who epitomizes the concept of taking lemons and making lemonade.  She has taken her personal trauma and  turned it into a most meaningful endeavor of helping others in similar situations. Ms. Alexenko is a survivor of sexual assault.  A newcomer to...

Interview with Natalie Taylor

“I’ve reached a place where I can say that grief is not about recovery or resolution or being fully healed.  It’s about living without someone, but still embracing life.” I am pleased to introduce Natalie Taylor, a young woman who has unfortunately learned about the fragility of life way too early...

Interview with Jeni Stepanek, Mother of Poet and Peace Activist Mattie Stepanek

Go forth vowing to choose gently, celebrating life each day.  Go forth vowing to choose wisely, playing after every storm.” From “Choice Vows” by Mattie J.T. Stepanek In Loving through Heartsongs (Hyperion, 2003) I am honored to have the privilege of speaking to Jeni Stepanek, an incredibly courageous woman who...

“Grief And Joy Live Side By Side Now In My Heart”- Meet Ann Hood

Welcome to my interview with Ann Hood.  I am thrilled that Ms. Hood accepted my request for this blog interview, especially in light of her busy traveling schedule with the paperback release of her newest book, The Red Thread.   Ms. Hood is a noted author of the best-selling novel, The...

“Live, Love, Laugh” with Service Dogs

I am pleased to post my third interview with Leigh Brill, writer, speaker and advocate for people with disabilities.  I read an excerpt from her new book, A Dog Named Slugger, inAbility Magazine, and was immediately drawn in.  Ms. Brill, who has cerebral palsy, has spent more than 10 years...

The Vision of Inclusion

Welcome to my second interview.  Dan Habib is a photojournalist who has produced a documentary film,Including Samuel, which portrays the Habib family’s efforts to include their son, Samuel, in all aspects of their lives.  Samuel has cerebral palsy. Mr. Habib speaks candidly and openly about what it’s like for him and...

Dr. Dan

I am very excited to introduce my first “highlighted” person, someone who has gone on to live a most meaningful and productive life despite tremendous adversity.  Dr. Daniel Gottlieb is a psychologist, author and radio talk-show host in Philadelphia, PA.  Thirty-one years ago he survived a horrific car/truck accident; he...

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