Tue., May 25 | Spoken Lives Online Event

Spoken Lives

Five women share stories of adventure, success and what they learned along the way!
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Time & Location

May 25, 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. EDT
Spoken Lives Online Event

About the Event

Five fabulous speakers will share stories of adventure, success and what they learned along the way! Looking forward to seeing you at this very special online event. 

Register with Spoken Lives here

Speakers include:

MJ Levesque - Learning to Live Fearlessly

In January 2006, I embarked on a 10,000 km bicycle journey in which my life partner and I travelled from Paris (France) to Almaty (Kazakhstan). I started cold turkey; out of shape and burned out. This is my story of overcoming fear, trusting my intuition, and making conscious choices.

Zongwe Binesikwe - Voice as Medicine

I am Zongwe Binesikwe, Sounding Thunderbird Woman, from the Bear Clan. I’m a Two-Spirit Anishinaabe storyteller from Thunder Bay, Ontario. I help create social change, healing and understanding through storytelling. I use my voice as medicine to heal complex PTSD through podcasting, creative non-fiction, solution focused journalism and art as ceremony.

Lia Bandola - Resilience Through Love

I heard through my life that I was so “strong” and “resilient”. Until recently, I didn’t see myself that way or understand that I managed my traumas well. Learn about what sparked the shift in my self-concept from “broken” and “weak” to one of joy, peace and love.

Chinyere Eni - The year I lost 11 neighbours

I will share my story about the year I lost 11 neighbours and a leg while fighting childhood cancer and the strategies for navigating physical and mental trauma I’ve learned along the road to recovery. I will discuss what I observed can impact our very survival and ability to cope both a child and parent perspective along with in the moment strategies for overcoming obstacles that can be applied when our journeys get tough.

Deborah Fletcher - Finding your HEY!

My story is about living with intention and learning to embrace the 'W' word. It is a simple story of what led me to realize I can choose my attitude. I had a great role model - my dad's resilient recovery from a stroke at age 46. I apply it to my own life in many ways - including my journey with my daughter who is severely disabled.

Join us for the Night Cap Chat following the event. There will be a link in your ticket and we will also post it in the chat at the end of the event.

Looking forward to seeing you there!

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