Kris speaks with her good friend Christina Rasmussen, author of Second Firsts. Please listen to this amazing tale of healing and how Christina will revolutionalize how we can start over after a loss. She is truly a hero we've been waiting for and walks the hero's path every day.
Do you ever think about the word retreat as it’s used in battle?
When troops retreat, they make a choice to leave the fight for a while. Battle requires intense perseverance and extreme focus; it’s exhausting. After all, even the bravest warriors reach their limits.
As I sit here and ponder my book launch this past week and a half—yet another book born into the world, now ten days old—I am thinking about the events of the past days... all the podcast interviews, the Hallmark Home & Family show, the book launch parties and events and signings yet to happen; it’s all been a whirlwind of joy.
Kris talks with a young woman who hiked to heal. Karla Amador chose the hero's path, literally, hiking 52 hikes in one year. She shares how her mindful time in nature healed her broken heart in recovery from a divorce. She continues to share her story and has created a movement called 52 Hike Challenge.
Kris explains the Real Life Hero series and talks about the journey we all may choose to walk in our lifetimes: the hero's journey.
She shares a preview of the upcoming conversations she plans to share with you by bringing to life some amazing stories of people who have chosen the hero's path--and wish to share their personal story.
When you are in the early days of loss, happiness can feel like a long-forgotten dream. Any little inkling that vaguely resembles joy feels surprising, in fact—a snippet of emotion so foreign amidst a sea of grief.
Kris shares a story about how she returned to joy and encourages you to hang in there and also how to help a friend return to joy who is struggling.
Kris shares what it means to show up with true grit amidst trying circumstances and how having true grit serves us well.
I hope to be… in spirit, inspired.
It looks like a heart gently carrying a spark—something like the flame of a candle fanned—that ignites us and lights us.
You are always standing at the fork in the road and there is one choice to make: Be the Hero. Kris shares the powerful mindset of how to view the world through the hero's lens. Learn how to be the hero you've waiting for.