Meet Carrie Wilson Link: Author, Advocate, & Spiritual Seeker!

Carrie Wilson Link and Family

Join us today as we welcome Carrie Wilson Link!

Carrie Wilson Link is a Portland, Oregon writer. Her work has appeared in several online and print publications. Carrie has been a blogger since 2006. Her site, “love.” has a
world-wide audience of special-needs parents and spiritual seekers.

In addition to writing, Carrie is an advocate for the inclusion of special-needs students in Catholic education.Structured around the Four Noble Truths, Carrie’s memoir, Wil of God: Embracing the
Relentless Love of a Special Child
takes you on the spiritual journey of a mother who has one idea for her life, and is handed the exact opposite.

Carrie is working on her next memoir, which shares her exploration into the metaphysical.

Are You an Optimist, Pessimist, or Realist?

Do you see the glass as half empty, half full or just a glass of water? In this episode, we are talking about how optimists, pessimists and realists see life, make choices, and interact with the world from their own unique perspective.

So whether you view the world through rose colored glasses, wait for the proverbial shoe to drop, or see life through a completely clear and unfiltered lens, it’s just another aspect in accepting how you navigate your life and may help you during these times of upheaval and change.

Conversations with Friends: Reaching Out

During these times of shift and uncertainty, it’s always a comfort to know you’re not alone.  Our original intent when we started this podcast was to provide a space for like minded people to find community.

In this episode Samantha and I discuss the impact the coronavirus pandemic is having on so many of us: individually, socially, culturally and globally.

Please join us as we chat, share our concerns, and even find some humor in these times of change.

Life as a Male Empath with Ian Johnson!

Please join us in welcoming Ian Johnson as he shares his perspective of what it is like to be a male empath.  His honesty and candor gives us a glimpse into how empathic men can navigate life.

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Ian Johnson lives in Portland Maine and currently works as a Building Sustainability Consultant. In his work he uses regenerative thinking to support the design of high performance buildings and landscapes.

He is passionate about Earth healing and also teaches and practices Permaculture and Earth re-connection.

Through meditation and spirituality, he is an empath and has utilized this gift to help others and the world around him.

Currently he is writing a book about being a male empath which will be out later this year. The book looks to provide support to other male empaths who are struggling with embracing their empathy and finding their true self. 

To contact Ian and find out more about his work and upcoming book:

Instagram: the_regenerative_life