Jon Satin, along with Chris Pattay, are The Possibility Coaches. Jon is is co- author of the book Living an Inspired, Empowered and Joy-filled Life: 365 Daily Tips to Get You There! After the death of his father, Jon learned … Continue reading
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Dr. Coy Cross II is a retired historian with many published works to his credit, but his greatest achievement in life may be his role as a caregiver to his wife Carol, as she struggled with ovarian cancer. Coy’s book, … Continue reading →
Tricia Wolfe’s life seemed perfect. She was married to a successful attorney and the mother of three boys. In 2003, her life changed when her son, Brad, was killed. She is the author of A Heart Torn, A Soul Mended: … Continue reading →
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The Open to Hope Foundation is fortunate to have a diverse range of experts, researchers and authors in the field of grief and loss contributing to our community. If you are interested in becoming one of our contributors and writing … Continue reading →
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All content on www.OpentoHope.com is intended to help people find hope after loss. Each author owns the copyright to his or her work. If you have any interest in reprinting, excerpting or otherwise using their work, please obtain permission directly … Continue reading →
Donna Miesbach has been on a spiritual path all her life, which led her to extensive study with some of today’s premier teachers of spirituality. She has studied with Dr. Deepak Chopra for over fifteen years and is one of … Continue reading →
Alice J. Wisler is an author, speaker, and grief writing instructor. She is the Death of a Younger Child Forum moderator at Open to Hope. In 1997 her four-year-old son Daniel died from cancer treatments. Her new book is Getting Out of Bed … Continue reading →
Rebecca had a business career and was tentatively starting to enjoy writing when her brother, her only sibling, took his life. In grief’s tailwind she left writing, losing the ability to be her true self. Years passed before she believed … Continue reading →
Kyle Shelton was born in Alabama and has lived in northeast or central Alabama most of his life. Kyle’s wife Kathy died suddenly due to a drug interaction. As a male in grief he struggled to express his emotions and … Continue reading →
On this show co-hosted by Alan Pedersen Tony and Darcie Sims discuss the differences in their responses to the death of their son and those of others with whom they have worked. Alan Pedersen closes the show by signing “Thanks … Continue reading →
On this show Dr. Darcie Sims Denise and Alan Pedersen discuss how we lose and gain friends after deaths in the family. They also talk about their work with bereaved families on their travels called “Angels Across The USA”. Alan … Continue reading →
On this show Stacey Redmond whose son was killed in a stabbing at the Giants ballpark in San Francisco and Lew Cox Victims Advocate from Tacoma Washington discuss the their losses and how they have used their grief to help … Continue reading →
Erika R. Barber lived the first fifteen years of her life as a sibling and has since lived as a sibling survivor. Following her sister’s suicide, Erika embarked on a life-long endeavor to merge these familial roles and discover her … Continue reading →
Founders of Project Grace tell their story of loss and how they have gone on to help others.
Karla Wheeler is a former newspaper reporter and editor who founded Quality of Life Publishing Co. in 1999 to help hospices provide their compassionate care. Karla is the author of several gentle grief support books and is honored to serve … Continue reading →
Dr Gloria and Dr Heidi Horsley host Michelle Miller, Dr Dale Larson, Todd Evans and Radha Stern in traumatic loss on Grief Relief Television brought to you by The Open to Hope Foundation.