Watch Diane Wyzga, (a former Navy nurse, lawyer, storyteller), discuss the importance of telling your story and that of your loved ones. How do you want to be remembered? Who do you want present during your transition from this life? Why these stories matter!During hard times remember these three things:
• Look up
• Get up
• And never, ever give up!
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Thank you for your profound insight Laura. I love your perspective on life.
Profound conversation about death, preparing for death-like we would prepare for the birth of a child. Death teaches us how to live. And death — “It’s not the end.” We remain connected. Yes. Heart memories-songs that come on Spotify, photo falls off the wall, we might feel the beloved ones’ presence. Thank you for this amazing, poignant conversation. I appreciate the wisdom, clarity, and insights offered by both of you, Frank and Diane. Thank you.
Frank and Diane, I feel as though I could listen to you converse all evening. Better yet, I’d love to be sitting at a kitchen table over coffee and joining in. Thank you for this wonderful interview Frank. Diane, you have such a calm presence about you, your kind soul shines through. I appreciate the reminder to Tell Your Story! Thanks again.
Thank you as always Laura Gray. I would love to have coffee with you, Diane Wzyga, and Randi someday. I will see if I can get a speaking engagement in Cleveland or recommend me for a group in Cleveland and we (at least Randi, you and I) will get together.