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Hi! I’m Lori and I’m really glad you’re here.
We are born storytellers, it is ingrained in our DNA. It’s how we communicate our past, share, teach, and define our world to ourselves and others.
The stories we tell ourselves create our realities – they can motivate us, scare us, help us find joy or sabotage us.
I’m here to help you LOVE YOUR STORY – whatever it is. What we live and what we live through make us the people we are, in all our messy beauty.
Kylee Bruce was killed in a car wreck. She was carrying her boyfriend’s child and as he came upon the scene to inquire about who was involved in the wreck, the police surrounded him as they discovered who he was looking for. They knew she had been killed and they didn’t want him to get hurt there on the busy highway. Today I interview Kylees mother and her boyfriend Brandon. We get the whole story and we also talk about dealing with loss and grief.
In 2009 Darlene Schultz’s 18-year-old son went to his doctor to get something for the pain for his degenerative back disease. He had just gotten a job at Home Depot and needed to control his pain so he could work. He came home with oxi-cotton. After 4 years of trying to beat the addiction, going through jail time and immense struggles, in 2013 this same young man overdosed in his parent’s bed and despite all work by paramedics he did not recover. This mom, along with many others, has felt the shame associated with addiction, the horrible loss of a child and the travail of watching them walk the road of self-loathing and a struggle against a substance that controls their lives. Stay tuned today for stories from moms who have lost children, for comments from Utah’s Attorney General, Sean Reyes; thoughts from John Huber, the U.S. Attorney for the District of Utah, and his take on prosecuting drug offenders, and thoughts by Brian Besser, the agent in charge of the Drug Enforcement Administration of Utah and the Metro Narcotics Task Force. I also get some interview time with Dr. Jennifer Plumb, a medical professional and tireless fighter in the opioid crisis.
Today is Halloween and so it’s appropriate I bring to you a story steeped in the bizarre and spooky. Today we speak of zombies. Not in theory, but it reality. Join me for a trip to Haiti and a dive into voodoo, magic, and the bizarre reality of real life (the word is used lightly) zombies. No really, this is going to make your halloween.
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