Join Susan and Chalese as we talk about our story of loss and grief and talk about topics that people usually shy away from. We will keep you laughing, crying and really get you thinking.
In this episode, Susan and Chalese speak about their relationships after losing their loved ones. They also talk about how the energies they have surrounding them in their everyday life.
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Susan and Chalese have on their first guest on this episode of Keepin' It Reel. It is Staci Gardenheir's first time speaking publically about the loss of her twin baby during labor. She is open and vulnerable and talks about the judgment she felt and about the strength she has gained through her process. Please help Staci feel supported by sharing her story and commenting.
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This week on Keepin' It Real with Susan and Chalese we discuss our different perspectives on grief and gratitude. We are all allowed to have our trauma, loss, and heartache that we have to learn how to process.
We need to feel the depths of our pain in order to feel the joys in the healing.
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Susan and Chalese keep it real again by diving deep into some dark thoughts on suicide and their experiences with it. They also talk about the people in their life that have made an impact on not only our lives but the lives of our children.
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Susan and Chalese keep it real this week by continuing the conversation on guilt during grief. They talk about "mom guilt" and all the other emotions that come with it. They also have a little bit of fun to kick off this week's episode.
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Celebrating St. Patty's Day with our green drinks and a deeper dive into the triggers and the issues that arise from past pains and relationships. Including the underlying grief that is consistently magnifying our current situations. Chalese shares more or her story and Susan shares more of hers.
We hope these shows are able to help others on their journey through loss and grief.
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In this episode, Susan and Chalese talk about how processing past trauma is amplified and always seems to stem back to their loss. Chalese gets vulnerable and opens up about her bad night the night before they filmed. They talk about the deep shadow work that has come about from this.
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No one knows what to say when someone loses a loved one. It is such a delicate and hard time. In this episode of Keepin' it Reel with Susan and Chalese, we are talking about phrases that are said during our hardest grieving times that were major triggers for us.
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Welcome back to Keepin' It Reel with Susan and Chalese. Today we are talking about a hard topic: organ donations. We discuss our feelings through the process as well as how we managed to heal from these thoughts, feelings, and emotions. There are trigger warnings that we want to put up for this one. It's not an easy topic to discuss, but we feel it is necessary to do so. Please share any comments or feelings you have below....
In our first episode of "Keepin' it Reel with Susan and Chalese," we share the story of our devastating grief and how we began our journey of healing. Chalese tells about the day she lost her 4-year-old boy in a water park and Susan tells about the day she lost her husband. Both were tragic and sudden losses. They take a deep dive into the events of the day that changed their lives forever and touch on how it has brough...
Stacey Bess has a story to tell. Being, not only the first teacher at the homeless school in Salt Lake City, UT but also a 23-year-old female. She has a powerful story about connection, love, and making a difference in this world.
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Chalese starts out by surprising Rodney Smith Jr. with his Salt and Vinegar Lays Smile campaign chips. He continues his interview while he is on his way to California on his 50 State tour to mow lawns for veterans. Rodney shares stories of some of the veterans he spoke to. He expresses his gratitude for being able to connect with so many people and hear their stories.
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Chalese Stevens has a fill-in co-host this week, Chris Gillam. They talk to Yuri Williams. The founder of the nonprofit organization called A Future Superhero. During this interview, Yuri tells his story about how he lost his mother and in order to battle his depression with grief, he started to dress up as Spiderman and go out to do good things for people. From homeless people to children in the streets, Yuri finds a way to bring ...
Jon Absey joins Chalese and Trip for this week's episode of Coffee Talk Tuesday. He tells stories of his adventures as the Jazz Bear, along with what he is doing now.
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Please join us as we welcome Lindsay Joyner in her first public interview as Miss Utah. Lindsay graduated from the University of Utah this past year and wanted to try something new, so she decided to spread her wings and experience what it was like to be in a pageant. She talks about her journey leading up to it and what it was like to run during COVID.
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Terry Bruden joins us today to share some stories and spread some good vibes. He gives us a little treat at the end as well.
Alexis Ashworth joins us today on Coffee Talk Tuesday to talk about the volunteer work she does for the homeless shelter. We also touch base on the importance of wearing masks.
Randal Carlisle joins us today and speaks about his career in television as well as his recovery process and what he is doing now with the Oddessey House here in Salt Lake City.
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