Lori Ann Davis is an author, Certified Relationship Specialist, radio host and speaker. Lori has a unique and passionate approach to love and relationships and believes that all people deserve and can have the relationships of their dreams. She has over twenty-eight years of experience empowering individuals and couples to live richer, happier lives. She has a private practice in Charlotte, N.C., and also provides relationship coaching by phone to people throughout the United States. Her practice spans the spectrum from dating and singles to working through divorce to renewing long-term marriages. In addition to workshops, classes, couples’ retreats, and a Charlotte-based singles group, Lori’s radio show ‘Ask Lori’ on WGIVCharlotte has become a popular medium to share relationship information with millions of listeners.
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Each of us is born with amazing traits which we all forgot about because of the difficult times or painful events. Whatever the reason might be, we all have the capacity to bounce back and not allow darkness and negativity to alter our perception. When we align with the laws of the Universe which is a pivotal requirement in the process of creating the best possible existence for ourselves and the society, and then we will see the difference we all desire.
Empowering and Inspiring Women Globally- I Survived, Erin Cull 02/12 by DiannaBelleRose | Entertainment Podcasts:
Erin Cull is a survivor of a sexual and domestic violence situation. She has a way of telling her story through speaking it and leaving the words behind. Leaving what happened behind. Her story is a traumatic one, but she strives to help others with community walks, police force and other organizations.
From humble beginnings to a life of dreams, Tania Elizabeth is a soul of passion, magic and trust. She is single mother to three exquisite angels, finding peace in the simple pleasures of life. Tania writes to inspire, to bring truths of light, and to allow one’s mind lost in a world unlike their own.
As a lover of poetry from a very young age, Tania’s writing style has been described as exquisite lyricism, harking back to a time where thy cultured form was both revered and celebrated. It has been said that not only are her books intoxicating, but that the words within are equally thought provoking and refreshing.
Holland Haiis is the author of Consciously Connecting: A Simple Process to Reconnect in a Disconnected World, and incorporates these principles as she works with individuals and businesses which will help them engage in a plan of action as they become awakened, get excited and stay connected! Holland began her career by designing a program to engage the residents in a nursing facility. She then taught gifted and talented children in creative arts and simultaneously worked with children who were autistic. By interacting with both the very young and aging population, Holland was led to greater personal creativity and connection.
I was born and raised in Southern California, attending a private, Catholic school from first through eighth grade. Never once did I think of myself as elite or different. That was school, a place I went Monday through Friday for hours when I could have been doing what any normal child does, climbing trees, figuring out ways to drive my parents nuts, or riding my bike, without safety gear since we didn’t even know what that was in the 1960s. We made hopscotch’s on the sidewalk with chalk and played for hours. Riding a bike up and down a sidewalk was often accompanied by jump ramps where we attempted to fly beyond gravity to reach the moon, like the astronauts we so admired. Skateboards whizzing past were not unheard of, again without safety equipment. Sure, we skinned knees and elbows and bumped heads but we were up and running within the few minutes it took our mothers to clean up the mess and advise us to ‘be more careful next time’.