My guests today are the inspirational Heidi Schmidgall and Kristin Carver. They will be talking about how they successfully protected their birth and maintained it as a celebratory, sacred and spiritual occasion despite being surprised with an early term labor and birth, an experience where our conventional birthing system leans toward medical intervention.
We are taking a deeper look at animal behavioral training, animal death doulas and the reality of animal rescue. We will break down truths for the dogs, the cats, the rescue workers and adoptive families. We will also shed light on the role of an animal death doula and how much support you and your animal can receive through that difficult transition.
We will be taking a deeper look at animal rescue and some of the realities for the dogs, the cats, the rescue workers and adoptive families. We will talk about the many moving puzzle pieces that go into rescue work and about ways to increase awareness and support through adoption transitions for everyone involved. With the growing awareness of humane animal behavioral training, we will break down what to look for when seeking out a qualified trainer and my guest will send some light on long used techniques that may be outdated and fear-based. And finally we will shed light on the role of animal death doula. We will look at how much support you and your animal can receive through that difficult time.
We are exploring our now mainstream world of online dating from a generation who began romancing IRL and have now been thrust into the age of digital connection.
We are going to discuss the acquired taste of online dating, not just how to survive, but how to thrive in today’s fast-paced, distraction-filled and sometimes isolating world of technology and romance.
And we’ll probably hear some really great stories along the way!