BumpInTheRoad

BumpInTheRoad

Everyone hits a bump in the road. What do you do with it? Be inspired as we explore the ways people experience, navigate and manage the ups and downs and twists and turns in this road trip called life.

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May 18, 2022 35 min

Jo Taylor is a remarkable woman. At just 38 years old with two young children she was diagnosed with breast cancer. She’d later be diagnosed with metastatic disease. The median time of survival is 2-3 years. 

This was not the path a young mother would choose. But Jo poured herself into the breast cancer community and has made a difference for people globally. She founded ABCDiagnosis, a uk website and is the founder of MetUpUk, whi...

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Oliver Seligman is a man who is fun, funny and bright. He is at ease with himself. But his path to self acceptance and spiritual well-being has been challenging, to say the least.

At seventeen, Oliver was diagnosed with type one bipolar. Since then he’s navigated euphoric manias, suicidal depressions, psychoses and the world of psychiatric medication. 

Today he is an author, teacher, speaker and monk. Join us in this far ranging co...

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April 27, 2022 28 min

What might you learn if you were to travel without a home to go back to?

Corporate executive Mark Philpott did just that. One rainy day in Amsterdam, he found himself deeply depressed. He realized his life was passing him by.

Mark returned to his home base in Singapore where he quit his job, sold his possessions, and hit the road, without any itinerary or endpoint.

Along the way, he had the time to re-evaluate his life, connect wit...

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Ken Jaques’ health care advocacy was not planned. A diagnosis of crippling rheumatoid arthritis in 2008 exposed him to the medical system. And that exposure was an education.

Ken is the first to point out that conventional medical care is part of the equation for health and that there are many options to creating your unique plan. Allopathic medicine, energy work, acupuncture and other modalities are all part of his approach. Liste...

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April 13, 2022 26 min
Pragito Dove was born in London. Her early childhood was difficult in a dysfunctional family. It caused her to shut down her heart and left her full of anger, fear and pain. When her son was born, she knew she had to heal and change the intergenerational paradigm she had inherited.

The teachings of Osho, a spiritual leader in India,  included a wide range of expressive meditation techniques that resonated with Pragito. So she picke...

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"It's not that people are resistant to change. They just don't know how to move through the stages of change." -Savio Clemente

And Savio helps cancer patients dig deep to assess their health and create the change they want. Join us for this far ranging discussion for creating your own path to health.

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Gary Hensel is an accomplished business man, university professor, and a best selling, award winning author. When a disagnosis of severe Lyme disease brought his academic career to an end, he turned to his love of writing, teaching, and his deep sense of spirituality. What emerged were a series of books of profound insight on our human condition. Come meet this remarkable and insightful man.

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A rare disease changed the lives of Art Estopinan and his wife Olga when they welcomed a baby boy into their world. Arturo, Jr. looked like any other sweet infant. He laughed, he cried, he grew. But it soon became apparent that something wasn’t right.

After much trial and error, Art Jr. would be diagnosed with TK2 or mitochondrial DNA depletion syndrome, an exceedingly rare disease, which causes progressive muscle weakness.

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March 9, 2022 22 min
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March 2, 2022 19 min

"After my near death experience, my entire conditioned belief system...was blown wide open and shattered." -Cherie Aimee

How does one move through experiences that shatter your beliefs and everything you know to be true? How doe one not get lost in the disbelief and disconnect? And what strengths emerge on the other side of these experiences?

Join me for an incredible, soulful conversation.

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February 23, 2022 35 min

The power of your mind is immense, according to Wendy Wagner Ph.D, a Psychologist, Hypnotherapist and Mindfulness Coach providing holistic therapy services in Taos, New Mexico.

Wendy has been on a path of personal and spiritual inquiry for several decades in a quest to explore the power of your mind. In this episode, she shares some of her travels.

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Sustainability is a popular and growing field that attempts to integrate social science, environmental science and civil engineering. It's both an area of study and a way of life for Ashley Weisman who is the Executive Director of Greenlight Solutions, a 501(c)3.

In this podcast, Ashley shares her mission and passion for making the world a better place. 

 

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What is identity? Is it in our things? In our self image? In our intelligence?

What happens when that’s wiped out?

Ann Zuccardy always identified as being smart. But a slip in the shower in Germany in 2011 sent her headlong into a hard tile wall. And that misstep changed everything.  She had a brain injury.

What did she learn? And if she could rewrite her story, would she?

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January 26, 2022 34 min

A Down’s syndrome baby changed Sue Robins’ life in ways that she never could have imagined. Her son, Aaron, was born with an extra chromosome.

That extra chromosome would cause her to re-think her entire value system and how she viewed the world,.

In her book, Bird’s Eye View she writes:

"My baby boy was beautiful. He was the product of a second marriage for both of us, evidence that people can heal. He symbolized health and jo...

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January 19, 2022 22 min

Darryll is an ex-athlete, entrepreneur, pastor, a speaker and a suicide survivor. Through drug addiction and multiple suicide attempts, Darryll struggled with life until some professional help and an epitome turned him around:

“I would rather be real and be rejected than be fake and accepted.”

Learn more at www.BumpInTheRoad.us and join as a Bump II member ($5/month) to hear part two of the conversation.

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January 12, 2022 31 min

Is fashion fun, or is it a hassle?

For Tracy Stewart, fashion is passion. Tracy is an artist who has always had an urge to get involved in wardrobe. Her own experience with breast cancer opened the door for this artist- entrepreneur to turn an interest into a business that is helping women around the world rebuild both their wardrobes and their lives.

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January 5, 2022 31 min

In 2005 Fumiko Chino and Andrew Ladd fell in love, got engaged, and found their lives “spectacularly derailed on the road to happily ever after.”

What happened next would radically change Fumiko's life. This is a story of love, loss and purpose.

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December 15, 2021 30 min

Tom Cronin started his professional life as a bond trader. But the pace of the lifestyle wasn’t sustainable. Tom found himself depressed and on suicide watch.

Then he discovered meditation and this hard charging, high living, bond trader’s life changed as he found a profound peace in stillness. Meditation answered a yearning and a doorway to wisdom that had been missing in Tom’s life. And it led him down a most unexpected path.

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Dreams of a perfect childhood, a perfect child, and the perfect life are part of every soon to be mother’s wish list. Effie Parks did find the perfect child, but it took her down a path she never expected.

Effie’s child Ford was born disabled, with an extremely a rare disease CTNB1. What followed was a path the family never imagined and would never change.

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December 1, 2021 37 min

How might a Harvard Law degree change your life? Would you be wealthy? Famous? Well regarded?

Tama Kieves graduated with honors from Harvard Law and landed a prestigious job. But it didn’t make her happy and ultimately she walked away from it all. With no clear idea of what might lie ahead.

So she began a new life, a life of reacquainting herself with who she really was. And in finding her soul, she found a new way forward.

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