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Podcast hosts, Samantha Bennington (first wife of Chester Bennington) and Pamella Jean developed a life-long friendship after meeting in the late 1990’s. They always knew their special friendship would stand the test of time, but they never anticipated sharing a tragic bond of each losing a family member they deeply loved to suicide.
Their podcast (named after Pamella’s brother Steven who took his life) aims to provide coping tools for people experiencing helplessness who are dealing with suicide loss, fears a loved one is contemplating taking their own life or a person with suicidal thoughts … Read more...
This 15 minute podcast focuses on the stigma of Substance Use Disorder and grief over a child lost to this disease.
The REAL Life Program in Richmond, Virginia was founded in 2016 by Dr. Sarah Scarbrough in response to the growing number of challenges faced by men and women exiting incarceration. Read more on their mission here.
To build awareness of the issues in the Recovery community, they’ve started a podcast and I was honored to be their first guest. This one is hosted by Tim Alexander, a person in recovery and one of … Read more...
Turning Pain into Purpose, Starting a New Chapter after a Devastating Loss
Dr. Stem is a really good interviewer, pointing out and focusing on particular points that are of interest to parents of teenagers. I so enjoyed doing this interview and I hope you get something out of it. Please share if you would.
Dr. Stem is a Licensed Psychotherapist, International Best Seller, Teen-Parent Expert, Wellness Coach, Certified Passion Test
I got a call to fill in for Shirley Ramsey, board member for the Virginia Chapter of the American Foundation of Suicide Prevention, for a radio interview with Kay Thomas of Alpha Media, which owns several radio stations in the area.
The subject was the Out of the Darkness Walk in Richmond, VA.