This was a highly charged exchange with the author Stephanie James about her wonderful new book, The Spark, and how to light up your own life in a myriad of ways. Stephanie brought so much wisdom and high vibrational presence to our beautiful conversation. I hope you will take a few minutes to dance with us here.
A seasoned psychotherapist, a dynamic public speaker, published author, and filmmaker, Stephanie James delivers her message in a powerful way to help others find their own internal sparks and create their best lives at the next level. Nominated for Fort Collins Woman of The Year in 2014 and a graduate of the University of Denver, Stephanie has an unrelenting commitment to help others ignite their best lives and to become the best versions of themselves.
The Spark with Stephanie James is a world-wide weekly radio and podcast created to help you live your best life. Her guests are luminaries in the fields of psychology, inspiration and motivation, science, entrepreneurialism, and more!
Her book, The Spark, Igniting Your Best Life, is available on Amazon. A compelling and inspiring book, The Spark is an excellent guide. Step by step, Stephanie James shows how to examine beliefs that don’t serve us, ways to develop more authentic and rewarding relationships (including with ourselves), and how to approach each day with zest.
Stephanie has a passion for connecting with people from all walks of life and continues to fulfill her personal mission to bring as much love and healing to the world as possible. Her soon to be released film, When Sparks Ignite, is about the challenges we all face and how those challenges can actually become the match point that ignite something amazing within us that then can become our gift to the world.
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Thank you for your wonderful Podcast with Stephanie James.
I enjoyed all of it; however, the part in which she described how her life was very happy until her parents divorced when she was 13 hit me deeply.
My ex-husband and I separated /divorced after 21 years of marriage in early 2019 when my daughter was 13 and my son 15.
That unfriendly event tore our family apart, and has forever changed my children, especially my daughter who is 15 now.
Although Jacob and I were mutually unhappy and divorce made us happier, we are working through the aftermath of our daughter changing with it and at time’s, she is unsure of herself and she is making decisions that are not always in her best interest.
Our Gabrielle is in one to one counseling, and my ex, Jacob and I we are also in family counseling with her focused on her and keeping on positive on track. Our son is almost 18, on great track to college, happy, thriving and doing very well, because he was older with divorce and has better understanding and ability to process the events of divorce. He did internalize it very much.
Stephanie sharing her experience helps me put myself in my daughters shoes even more.
I will discuss EMDR with the therapist our Gabrielle is seeing and further delve into Stephanies podcasts, books and watch upcoming movie.
Thank you for helping positively affect lives with your wonderful insightful powerful guests, including Stephanie.
Hugs and love, Laurie
PS…..if you or Stephanie know of peer type counselors or podcasts I could introduce to my daughter, that would be very helpful. Young adults who went through normal middle school phase with added trauma of divorce. Thank you!!