I Just Showed Up
- Wednesday - 11:30 PM to 11:59 PM
- Saturday - 8:00 AM to 8:30 AM
I Just Showed Up is a movement, teaching people of all ages how to Just Show Up for themselves and others so they are empowered and resilient when grief arrives. It’s how to just show up in good times too!
We all face grief regardless of age, race, gender, sexual orientation, financial status, ability or disability. And are a compassionate community. But when it comes to grief...we don’t know what to do and we don’t know what to say. So we often avoid, afraid to do or say the wrong thing. But we can do better. We can learn from each other.
I always aspire deliver heart humour...already serious enough!
I talk with people I interviewed in book, community members and others who share their wisdom and great stories on how to live life to the fullest no matter what and the importance of Just Showing Up!
About The Host:
Yvonne Heath is married to her best friend Geordie, has three amazing children and is loving life in beautiful Muskoka, Canada.
A registered nurse since 1988, she has worked in the US and Canada in emergency, intensive care, delivery, chemotherapy, palliative care and hospice.
Yvonne became disheartened by our society’s reluctance to talk about, plan and prepare for grief, causing excessive suffering personally and professionally. She suffered too, not knowing how to do it differently. At age 50, she took a leap of faith, blazed a new trail to help create a culture of change.
She became and author and Inspirational Speaker and shares her message with heart and humour as a Keynote Speaker, consultant, TV host, radio host and through social media. She has been featured in several books, newspapers and magazines, including Zoomer and Hospital News.
Her book, Love Your Life to Death, is life-changing.
She is travelling, creating change and helping non-profit organizations along the way.
Yvonne is also excited to share the—
I Just Showed Up Movement:
teaching people of all ages
to show up for themselves and others,
so they are empowered and resilient
when grief arrives.