With everything going on in the world right now, Kamille and Gunner take a pause to check in and share a message of hope and light. Listen as they share what gets them through unfair and unjust things.
Episode 9: The Grief Train
Grief is a rollercoaster. Grief is ugly. Grief is unbearable at times In this episode, Kamille shares her story, sheds light on grief, and gives perspective to let those of you who are grieving. You are not alone.
Episode 8: If You are Kind you will Always Win
It is easy to be kind to those who are kind to you. But, how do you give kindness to those who are mean? Kamille and Gunner dive deep into the topic in this week’s episode.
Episode 7: Follow the Light
What is light? Why do we want light? How do we get more light? In this episode, Kamille and Gunner draw upon their experiences to discuss the word of the week – light.
Episode 6: What Not to Say
What do you say to cancer fighters and their families? In this week’s episode, Kamille and Gunner share their experiences and offer five things to say and five things not to say to cancer fighters and their loved ones.
Episode 5: The Biggest Test of My Faith
Get the tissues ready as Kamille reveals a deeply personal experience about trust and the faith in God she had strengthened.
Episode 4: What’s Your Motivation?
How do you find the motivation to want to take care of yourself when you are busy and life is hard? Kamille and Gunner share their perspective of fighting to live with cancer and the inspiration that seeing that fight has infused into their lives.
Episode 3: Practice the Pause – The Power to Control Your Reactions
In today’s episode, Gunner and I will discuss practicing the pause. This quote has helped shape the way I think about things, and has allowed me to have hope when life is hard. So today, we will break down practicing the pause.
Episode 2: How Hard Times and Painful Experiences Help Teach Us to be Better People
In today’s podcast, my oldest son Gunner and I will discuss how hard times and painful experiences help teach us to be better people and in turn, be more sympathetic.