Did you know?- Caroline has been a huge Chris Isaak fan since she was very young.- As a kid, Caroline's parents wouldn't let her listen to any albums with a Parental Advisory label after she was caught singing along to "It Wasn't Me" by Shaggy.- Caroline played flute and trombone in her high school marching band.If you answered NO to any of these questions, then you've got a lot to learn from this episode of WFPKs The First Cut!
#90 Using Your Voice to Give Hope to Others after Overcoming Stage 4 Cancer 3 times - Caroline Rose
All Episodes can be found at www.speakingpodcast.com All Social Media + Donations link https://linktr.ee/speaking If you are interested in Meditation or learning Polish /Polish Properties please visit www.roycoughlan.com Awakening Podcast to Help Corruption & Fraud with Solutions www.awakeningpodcast.org Our Facebook Group can be found at www.facebook.com/speakingpodcast About My Guest: Caroline Rose has spoken to over 8,000 people in the past three years. She travels all over the country spreading her message of hope and has touched countless lives. Caroline has battled stage-4 non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma at 27 years old as well as getting it 2 more times. Caroline is a warrior that has overcome the odds numerous times and now lives cancer free with her beautiful family. What we Discussed: - Her Speaking Journey - Working with NBC Sports - Working with a PR firm in a cut throat industry - Her Cancer story from when she got diagnosed - How it started - The benefits of Breathwork - Living in the moment - The Cancer Treatments - Getting her brothers traits after his bone marrow transplant - The heartbreak of now being able to see her children - Making a Plan to keep the Cancer Away - Stop thinking the government has your back - Cancer in dogs - Giving Hope to Others and more How to Contact Caroline: https://dearrileyrose.com/ https://www.instagram.com/dearrileyrose/ https://www.facebook.com/DearRileyRose --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/roy-coughlan/message
Caroline Rose – A Mom with Cancer; the Healing Power of a Dog; and “Hits of Hope” (bonus: a snoring pug!)
The Healing Place Podcast
I love the idea of Axl, the pug, snoring along as I was captured by Caroline Rose’s story of hope. So very grateful for the opportunity to share her inspirational journey with all of you. Please join us as we discuss: Caroline’s story of 3-time, stage 4, incurable cancer survival, including 2 bone marrow transplants … Continue reading Caroline Rose – A Mom with Cancer; the Healing Power of a Dog; and “Hits of Hope” (bonus: a snoring pug!) →
Feed Your Spirit: Join me, your host Jill Dobrowansky as I sit down with friends and nourish your spirit with stories of hope and encouragement with a whole lot of Jesus sprinkled in. At Feed Your Spirit, I like to say that we imperfectly perfect people who are uplifting others through grace-filled encouragement. I am so happy you joined me today! With the determination to consciously live in God’s word, I invite you to plug in, prepare your heart, and Feed Your Spirit. On today's episode, I sit down and chat with wife, mom, speaker, blogger, and friend, Caroline Rose. Caroline runs Dear Riley Rose, a website and soon-to-be-released book about her life with a rare form of leukemia. We talk about how her husband and rescue dog Riley got her through some of her toughest times and her passion for connecting dogs who have been broken with those whose bodies are broken. Connect with Caroline on her website: Dear Riley Rose Follow Caroline on Instagram: Dear Riley Rose Follow Caroline on Facebook: Dear Riley Rose FB Page Follow Jill on her website: Jill Dobrowansky Follow Jill on Instagram: Jill Dobrowansky Connect with Jill on Facebook: Jill Dobrowansky Say ‘Hi’ or provide show feedback: firstname.lastname@example.org Become a supporter of the podcast: Feed Your Spirit Patreon Support the podcast with some Feed Your Spirit Gear: Feed Your Spirit TeeSpring You can also now support the show by buying me a virtual cup of coffee (YUM!): Coffee for Jill Be sure to subscribe, rate, review, and share the Feed Your Spirit Podcast!
Hello fellow cancer thrivers! You are about to listen to our podcast… here is a sneak peak of what to expect! Caroline Rose joins us to talk about her story with cancer and hope. As young adults affected by cancer, we talk about how life is altered when you hear the words - You have cancer. Website: www.DearRileyRose.com Email: email@example.com Facebook: @DearRileyRose Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dearrileyrose/ Time to listen to the podcast now ;) Music by http://www.bensound.com (BTW) And just before you leave us today, reach out to us by email and our social media linked bellow! We can't wait to meet you there - firstname.lastname@example.org, https://www.instagram.com/soarabovecancer/ and https://www.facebook.com/soarabovecancer/! Many smiles, Alex and Gabrielle
If there’s one thing that hit shows like ’Sopranos’ and ‘Breaking Bad’ have taught us, it’s that we love an anti-hero. On American musician Caroline Rose’s latest album ’Superstar,’ she crafts a story centered around a brazenly confident anti-hero that plays out like a film with a beginning, middle, and an open ending. For Live on KEXP, Troy Nelson breaks down the thematic elements of the record, offering tidbits of background on the glamorous Chateau Marmont, the scene for which the album is initially set, as well as diving into Rose’s progression from folk/Americana to the poppier ’Superstar’ and how he ended up with a cardboard cutout of Rose in his basement. Recorded 10/08/2020. Do You Think We’ll Last Forever? Feel The Way I Want More of the Same To Die Today Soma Watch the full Live on KEXP session on YouTubeSupport the show: https://www.kexp.org/donateSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
BSE 121: Best of 2020 Part 1 | Tennis, Cut Copy, Naeem, Caroline Rose and Soccer Mommy
Best Song Ever
“Ya Made It To The Big Show Kid.” We start our new year with a new co-host as Kevin Connor joins Luke to talk about some of the best music of 2020. We discuss our Top 20 lists and countdown from 20-11. We catch up about how our new year is going, sing Abba hits, swap podcast recommendations and debate who is the greatest collaborator. All this while playing songs from some of 2020’s most unforgettable albums. Songs Played In This Episode: Soccer Mommy - yellow is the color of her eyes from color theory out now on Loma Vista Recordings Caroline Rose - Feel The Way I Want from Superstar out now on New West Records Naeem - Stone Harbor from Startisha out now on 37d03d Cut Copy - Running In The Grass from Freeze, Melt out now on Cutters Records Tennis - Tender As A Tomb from Swimmer out now on Mutually Detrimental/Thirty Tigers
An Air Mattress Threesome with Caroline Rose Giuliani
Don't Tell Mom
Hanna and Skylar talk with Caroline Rose Giuliani about having threesomes (or Hanna's case, not having one), talking to parents about sex and cheating. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
"Being Normal Is Vastly Overrated" with Caroline Rose
Ep 2: “Being Normal Is Vastly Overrated” Hello babes! Today on the cast I interview the magical Caroline Rose (@conscious__rising). Not only is she an intuitive therapist, a medium, a clairvoyant and an all around bad ass witch but she is also a yoga therapist, a yoga teacher and reiki master. Seriously, this babe does it all! She is the definition of ‘Woman In Total Control Of Herself’. Connect with me in insta: @krystalmooncompany COMING SOON: www.krystalmooncompany.com Special thanks to Bree Banuelos (@breemarley) and Jason Andrews (@jasonphilipandrews) for the amazing into and outro music!Loving Disclaimer: W.I.T.C.H. is a metaphysically minded, free-thinking, educational and opinion based podcast, meant to provide insight, information, and perspective on the different aspects of spirituality and life. While my guests and I love give advice and recourses that have been helpful for us, please note that this is not intended to be therapy or medical advice, nor is it a replacement for therapy or medical advice. If you need emergency medical or psychological care, please go to the nearest emergency center or call 911. Thank you and I hope you enjoy the show!
Lee sits down with Caroline Rose in this week’s episode of the WE Have Cancer podcast to discuss non-Hodgkin's lymphoma and how a rescue dog helped the healing process.Through taking care of her dog Riley, Caroline was able to find hope, forgiveness, love, and so much more during her journey with stage-4 non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. Caroline turned a letter to her dog into so much more and now uses her story with Riley to help others find hope during diagnosis and treatment, as well as guide her through the aftermath of remission.Guest biography:Caroline Rose had battled stage-4 non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma at 27 years old. Instead of letting fear grip hold of her life, Caroline turned to hope and a rescue dog named Riley. Helping rehabilitate Riley after neglect and abuse allowed Caroline to heal in her own way and it formed a bond and drive that has continued on. She’s since turned her story into a website, public speaking events, and soon, a book: Dear Riley Rose.Table of contents:Introduction to Caroline RoseLee introduces Caroline, how he came to know her and what he found interesting with her personal story.Why has a dog played such an important roleWith everything seemingly going against it, Caroline found her future dog Riley and some unconditional love.Turning that love into a storyWith the pair intertwined, Caroline wrote a letter to Riley, forming the basis of her website and an upcoming book.Finding hopeAt a time when things can seem hopeless, the right story can change everything. That’s what Caroline kept hearing from people at public speaking events so she made it a core part of her message.Caroline’s diagnosisAt 27 years old, Caroline was in the best shape of her life. She had run several marathons and was in training to climb Mount Kilimanjaro. But when she went to get vaccinated for the trip, routine blood work showed a problem.Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma side effectsCaroline shares some of the side effects treatment for non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma has had on her life.The aftermath of remissionNow in remission for 10 years, Caroline opens up about how treatment can feel like a finish line with little guidance in how to handle life afterward.Having cancer with childrenCaroline also talks about how she’s managed her diagnosis and treatment all with her children. From using a child psychologist to creating a picture book of the experience to share with her daughter, Caroline opens up about what she told her children and how they went through it as a family.Finding joy and laughterCaroline says she hopes her children would remember her laughter when they think about their combined journey. Whether it be the dogs, family, and friends, Caroline talks about where she’s found joy and laughter throughout it all.Forgiveness and loveCaroline discusses how she was hard on herself during diagnosis and treatment and how she was able to forgive herself and heal.Links mentioned in the show:Subscribe to the “WE Have Cancer” Podcast -Follow WE Have Cancer on Social Media:Like our Facebook pageJoin our private Facebook groupFollow us on TwitterFollow us on InstagramFollow us on LinkedInCheck out Luxe BidetsDear Riley RoseDear Riley Rose - InstagramLeukemia and Lymphoma SocietyKnow someone touched by cancer who has an inspiring story? Email Lee