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Lorna Rose

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Episode EXTRA! 4: Finding Balance with Lorna Rose

Oh My Word!

https://www.eltenenbaum.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/06/Episode-Extra-4-Lorna-Rose.mp3 BONUS! Episode featuring writer Lorna Rose! Lorna shares about getting into writing, balancing writing and homelife, turning her memoir into an essay collection, and more! Find out more about Lorna Rose at www.lornarose.com Listen on App/Subscribe to Oh My Word! Episode Index Follow @oh_my_word_podcast Friend us on Goodreads ALL Episode YouTube Playlist BONUS! Episode YouTube Playlist Theme Music by Tim Burke www.timburketales.com

31mins

23 Jun 2022

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192: Going From LA Party Girl to Alaska Trail Worker While Battling Demons Including Abuse And Suicidal Thoughts with Lorna Rose

The Beyond Adversity Podcast with Dr. Brad Miller

Lorna Rose is Dr. Brad Miller’s guest on Episode 192 of “The Beyond Adversity Podcast.”She is a talented writer that engages in poetry and narrative nonfiction. When it comes to her writings, she often avoids mainstream topics and prefers to write about something unexpected.Lorna aims to help, inspire, and affirm people in their lives. She has established a blog that contains personal stories, her writings, and a lot more.In this episode, Lorna shares with us how she overcame abuse. She also shared with us how she volunteered for 5 months on AmeriCorps which changed her life.She was born in the suburbs of California with three younger siblings. She grew up in a harsh environment. With her abusive father around, she got traumatized and even thought of ending her life. Lorna also mentioned how journaling is her way to let out all of her feelings. She uses it to document her life. Her life in Alaska changed her for the better. She thought going back to California would make her return to her old self which scared her so much. All these worries washed out when she remained to be the better version of herself even after returning.Episode 192 of The Beyond Adversity Podcast is a must-listen for anyone who was abused in the past and is slowly picking themselves up from what happened in the past. It can encourage you to be the better version of yourself.“The Beyond Adversity Podcast with Dr. Brad Miller is published weekly with the mission of helping people “Grow Through What They Go Through” as they navigate adversity and discover their promised life of peace, prosperity, and purpose. https://lornarose.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bigthings2/Twitter: https://twitter.com/LornaARoseInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/lorna_rose_writes/

43mins

31 Mar 2022

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A Hike FT Lorna Rose

Revisionary Podcast

Lorna details the story about how a hike would have gone wrong if not for a bit of luck and the help of a good samaritan. 

44mins

3 Mar 2022

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68: Lorna Rose on her unexpected pregnancy

And Then Suddenly

After genetic testing early in her second pregnancy, Lorna Rose learned her baby screened positive for a serious genetic disorder. When told she didn't have to carry the baby, Lorna's reaction to that statement changed her outlook and beliefs. We talk about guilt, high risk pregnancy, and the complexities of motherhood. Lorna Rose is a Pacific Northwest writer and speaker. Her narrative nonfiction and poetry have been recognized by Pacific Northwest Writers Association and the Oregon Poetry Association, and have appeared in several magazines and anthologies. Lorna also speaks publicly on motherhood, finding resilience through writing, and her experience in AmeriCorps. She is at work on a memoir about going from LA party girl to trail worker in rural Alaska. For more, go to  www.lornarose.com

42mins

19 Jan 2022

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Resilience In Writing with Lorna Rose: S1E27

Arts For The Health Of It

"I write to claim my feelings, allowing me to do with them what I need, to affirm and sit with myself in ways I couldn't otherwise, and to inspire others." - Lorna Rose The arts have the ability to understand ourselves in a deeper way and can lead us into authentic and truthful, honest living. Sometimes what we’re thinking and feeling are dark and painful but the arts can help identify those things and help us move through those things. Oftentimes when you’re dealing with trauma or going through a life-altering health challenge, you think you’re completely alone and the only person who knows but most of the time you’re not but it could just be that no one is talking about it. After writing her story, Lorna realized she wasn’t the only one struggling and in turn, helped others who had gone or were going through the same thing. Lorna Rose is a Pacific Northwest writer and speaker. Her work has been recognized by PNWA and the Oregon Poetry Association and has appeared in several magazines and anthologies. She is a former president of Write On The River, a nonprofit dedicated to supporting writers in North Central Washington and beyond, as well as on the board of the Oregon Poetry Association. Lorna is also a certified ACEs (Adverse Childhood Experiences) speaker and has spoken publicly on finding resilience through writing, overcoming adversity, motherhood and writing, and her experience in AmeriCorps.  For more on Lorna, check out www.lornarose.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/artsforthehealthofit/support

48mins

20 Oct 2021

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#30 | Lorna Rose

Mostly Just Stories

Sharing Stories! #Heedit Guest: Lorna Rose Lorna is a Pacific Northwest writer and speaker. Her work has been recognized by PNWA and the Oregon Poetry Association, and has appeared in several magazines. She is president of Write On The River, a nonprofit dedicated to supporting writers in North Central Washington and beyond, as well as on the board of the Oregon Poetry Association. Lorna is also a certified ACEs (Adverse Childhood Experiences) speaker, and has spoken publicly on finding resilience through writing, overcoming adversity, motherhood and writing, and her experience in AmeriCorps. Currently she is searching for a publisher for her memoir about working trail crew in rural Alaska while battling her demons. For more on Lorna, check out www.lornarose.com. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mostlyjuststories/support

1hr 4mins

3 Apr 2021

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Ep. 24: Writing While Parenting with Lorna Rose

Pick Up The Pen with Sadie Chelsea

Mother and ex-businesswoman turned writer, Lorna Rose shares with us what it means to live authentically, how to claim your right to write, how to overcome the hurdles of writing as a parent, how to write small about big things, the importance of owning your title and journey, healing from past trauma, and so much more!  ----- If you'd like to connect with Lorna Rose you can do so by visiting lornarose.com For the next episode, we'll be talking with Mike DeLucia, who makes his second appearance on the podcast to share with us the behind-the-scenes details on what's happened since signing a movie deal for his book Madness. Set your notifications to ON so you can follow the Pick Up The Pen Podcast on whichever platform you use to listen to audio, and tune into the episode. If you'd like to connect with the writing community you can do so on Twitter by using hashtag #writingcommunity and #pickupthepen. You can also dive into writer resources by visiting thehonestwriter.org - Until next time fellow writers, happy writing and keep on writing on!--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

21mins

2 Apr 2021

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Lorna Rose: Finding the Balance in Being a Mom and an Entrepreneur

Sisterhood of Successful Entrepreneurs

On this installment of the podcast, Lorna Rose the president of Write On The River, shares her experience how she left his corporate job to become a full-time mom while doing her passion of being a writer and building a brand. She also discussed how motherhood inspired her writing and balance both. Check out more about Glory Ali on the links below:Coaching: https://www.gloryali.com/work-with-me/Website: https://www.gloryali.com/ Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/glory-ali-67305b142Join her community - FB Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/sisterhoodofsuccessfulentreprenuersKnow more about our guest, Lorna Rose, and her works: www.lornarose.com

32mins

12 Mar 2021

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Overcoming Learning Disability and more with Lorna Rose

#DefineYourself Podcast

Growing up Lorna Rose had a learning disability and a father, a verbally and emotionally abusive man, instead of helping her with her learning disability he would call her stupid along with other names.Lorna has overcome those challenges and her past and has become a mother of two wonderful special children.  Loran is a writer and has written a memoir that she is hopes to have published in the coming future.Lorna shares here journey through life including serving in AmeriCorps in Alaska and leaving corporate America to be a stay at home mom.  She also shares how daily journaling has helped her and come to terms with her life and started her on a journey of being a writer.LINKS FROM THE EPISODE·        http://www.Lornarose.com·        http://www.twitter.com/lornaaroseOTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATIONThe producer and host of the #DefineYourself Podcast is an inspirational and motivational author, writer, blogger, speaker, and podcaster.Chris, through his business #DefineYourself, mission is to empower YOU to overcome your COALS: challenges, obstacles, adversities, limitations and/setbacks and achieve your GOALS for success in your professional and personal lives.If you are ready to start overcoming your COALS and start achieving your GOALS get Chris’ FREE eBook, The 10 Steps to #DefineYourself at http://10stepstodefineyourself.comChris can be contacted at Chris@DefineYourselfpodcast.comFor more information about the #DefineYourself Podcast, visit http://defineyourselfpodcast.com/Hey #DefineYourselfers, I am the Chris Mitchell.  I want to let you know that I am looking for guests for a new podcast I am launching in June.  Guests should identify as both successful and disabled.  So, if you identify as successful and living with any type of disability: physical, visual, hearing, learning, mental I want to hear from you.  Send me an email at Chris@thechrismitchell.com.  That is Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/DefineYourself)

40mins

4 Feb 2021

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Neurodiversity with Lorna Rose

The Hipster Mom Podcast

Hey, everyone! I'm back with another episode, and this time, I'm talking with Lorna Rose.Lorna is a writer and a stay-at-home-mom to two neurodivergent children, and she talks about the struggles of becoming a mom and how she didn't love motherhood right away. We also talk about what her view of a stay-at-home-mom looked like before becoming one, what a "typical routine" looks like for her kids, equine therapy, distance learning, and the complications that she endured during her pregnancy with her daughter.We also talked about self-care, and Lorna stresses to new moms that they must make time for themselves, but they have to do it in a way that makes sense for them. If there is something you can take away from today's conversation, it's this: never apologize for taking time for yourself. You need to do it to be the best parent you can be.Follow Lorna on Facebook, Twitter, and you can also find her on her website! Follow the podcast on Instagram and Facebook! Email me at thehipstermompodcast@gmail.com with topics, suggestions, guest inquiries, or just to say hi!bedtime after a coffee by Barradeen| https://www.soundcloud.com/barradeen Music promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.com Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/deed.en_USupport the show (https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_donations&business=9435527DFRRKA¤cy_code=USD&source=url)

1hr 11mins

17 Oct 2020

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