Episode 219 – Carl David – Suicide

Carl David talks to host Craig Price about his book about suicide and suicide prevention. Suicide is an awful thing. Not only is a tragedy for the person who commits the act but the aftermath can destroy families and a leave a wake of pain affecting everyone left behind. What started as a love letter …

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Episode 175 – Dan Nevins – Yoga

Dan Nevins (@DanNevins on twitter) returns to discuss yoga with host Craig Price. Past guest (episode 97) Dan sits down with Craig in Washington DC for what Craig thought would be an informative chat about yoga but became an emotional story of coping with depression, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and discovery.  Being a popular speaker for the Wounded Warrior Project, Dan was afraid to ask anyone for help when he started to get depressed because so many saw him as a role model of recovery and perseverance.  It can be hard to ask for help because just showing a crack of your humanity to others can make them think you’re really in trouble when in fact, you just need someone to listen. Thankfully Dan found yoga and it has transformed his life and has shown him new ways to heal, get over his own doubts and shame and help his fellow soldiers deal with their PTSD. Of course Craig can’t be all serious so they discuss downward dog, passing gas in class and more. He even commits to a yoga class with Dan! An unexpectedly touching, emotional and real conversation with a person who has normal struggles just like the rest of us despite his inspiring story and life. A can’t miss episode for sure.

SPECIAL EVENT: This August 20th, 2015 at 6pm EST, join Dan in Bryant Park in New York City as he attempts to break the record for the world’s largest yoga class. Go to http://flavorpill.com/nyc/event/classes/bryant-park-yoga-thursday-august-20-2015 to RSVP for this FREE class.

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Episode 141 – Shawn Doyle – Grief

Shawn Doyle (@Motiv8er on twitter) returns to discuss grief with host Craig Price. Grief can be a painful subject, awkward to address and difficult to understand. That’s why Craig thought Shawn and his new book “The Sun Still Rises: Surviving and Thriving After Grief and Loss” should come on the podcast. The two discuss the shocking and unexpected loss of Shawn’s first wife Cindy and how Shawn coped in the aftermath. Shawn offers up some suggestions to people trying to support those in grief, how grief is contextual and personal as well explains the path that allowed himself to find happiness.

Every day, many people lose loved ones and face the grieving process. They suffer while coping with the loss of a child, spouse, parent, friend, or sibling. It is perhaps the most difficult and devastating challenge any of us face in our lifetime. Shawn simply tries to offer his first hand experiences to others in hopes they to can heal.

You can learn more about Shawn at http://www.sldoyle.com/

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