In this episode, Jordon sits down with Author Robert Goor to talk about his recently published book, "Dear Andrew . . ."
Rob was an engineer in the robotics department of GE in 1988 when his 8 year old son Andrew was struck and killed by a truck right in front of him. In the ensuing aftermath, Rob struggled to maintain his relationship to Andrew, and began writing letters to him as a way of keeping his connection and allowing him a space to express his deepest emotions.
We talk about the importance of helping others can be, and about how impactful is is to share ones own story as a way of giving others hope.
Find out more about the book HERE
In this episode, Jordon sits down with author Dr. Meryl Ain, who, along with her husband and brother, have written a book called "The Living Memories Project; Legacies that Last." The book is a collection of personal stories from people from every walk of life, and many types of loss represented, describing the ways in which they honor their lost loved ones, and carry their spirits forward with them.
We talk about how important it is to continue our relationships with those we have lost, and especially how helpful and healing it can be to reach out and help others along in their own journeys towards acceptance and hope.
A Living Memories Project Journal has also been recently published to encourage you to find ways to tell your own story.
Purchase the book from AMAZON HERE
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Follow her on twitter @DrMerylAin