Our wonderful Caring Listeners are willing to talk in person, by phone, or on a video-conference call like Skype or Zoom. They each are bereaved parents who are now shining brightly – most of the time – and want to help others:
For over 20 years the afterlife has always been an interest of mine, however at the time, I couldn’t explain why. I was fascinated with the survival of consciousness. Then three years ago, my wonderful son Sean transitioned home. That experience allowed me to have a new and beautiful relationship with spirit. I have learned so much from wonderful teachers here in the physical as well as those on the other side. Love truly is the key that unlocks the door. I was blessed to have an experience that connected me with my loved ones in spirit, and I know we survive death. As a Metaphysician, I am also certified in Spirituality and Grief, Health and the Human Spirit, and am here to help you in any way that I can.
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Ernie and his wife have two children, a daughter Cheyanne, here on the earth plane and son Quinton, who transitioned on June 10, 2009. Quinton’s passing changed Ernie’s life in ways he never expected. They continue to have a very strong connection which Ernie shares in his two books, Quinton’s Messages and Quinton’s Legacy. He is on the Board of Directors for Helping Parents Heal, Ernie’s passion is to share the divine message of “There is More” and to be of service in any way he can.
Glenda’s gifts as a healer and medium are deepened by her own experience of the depth of loss. She is the author of the book, “But Should the Angels Call for Him”, which reviewers call “an amazing book of love, loss, courage, and healing”. It is the story of a parent’s worst nightmare: the death of her only child. Glenda Pearson is also a Reiki master and a certified grief recovery specialist. She has studied at the acclaimed Arthur Findlay College for the Advancement in Psychic Science, in Essex, England, and been trained in many additional energetic healing modalities such as Integrated Energy Therapy, Hawaiian, Ecuadorian and Cherokee shamanism and Munay-Ki. She is also trained with Stephen Ministries to become a lay minister.
Email: Glendia456@aol.com or Phone: 480-993-3888
I am the mother of three beautiful sons. One in spirit. In 2004 my 23-year-old son, Alex, died from suicide. This life-changing event led to a deep and dark depression, but ultimately to a life of volunteering. In an attempt to break through this depression, I began to volunteer at a local hospice. I found this work to be truly healing. I then began to volunteer with the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention and the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors. I feel strongly that working with, and listening to, others helped greatly in healing my own traumatic grief. My mission now is to give hope to parents who have lost children and are in great despair. I feel that spirit led me to an interest in the afterlife which has been transformational. I have had numerous experiences with several very talented evidential mediums who were able to connect me to my son. This has opened up a world I never knew existed and a continuing relationship with my son on the other side.
I would love to help parents who question whether their pain will ever go away. I, myself, wondered that at one time. I am here to speak with, but mainly listen to, anyone who is currently walking this challenging path. I hope in the role as a Caring Listener to be able to soften the hard edges of other parents grief.
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I am a grateful mother of three children, Aymen, Nadia and Laila. On February 28, 2016, my loving son, Aymen, transitioned in his sleep from Central/Neurological Sleep Apnea, at the age of 29. Aymen is amazing in so many ways and continues to amaze me by coming through the veil to send love and messages to me and loved ones. As I embarked on this journey, I devoted my energies to learning about evidential mediumship and immersed myself in the study of spirituality, including the works Dr. Mark Pitstick and Suzanne Gieseman. This, in turn, led me to Helping Parents Heal, a place where I felt welcomed and understood. I am honest, this path is not easy, but I know for certain our children are eternal and cheering us on to move forward. Part of my journey is to keep my son’s memory alive by doing as much as I can to honor him. As an online HPH affiliate online leader and Caring Listener, I am honored to help Help Parents Heal. I know Aymen is proud!
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I am a teacher and a counselor by education, married to a retired Army officer. Less than three months after our precious daughter, Amber, transitioned in November 2014, at the age of 25, we were dealt yet another blow. My husband’s boss, the owner of his company, also transitioned quite unexpectedly, and within a matter of weeks, my husband was without the job that we had really planned our lives around. We decided not to make any more dramatic changes during those early months of grieving and to spend the months ahead learning all we could about where our daughter was and how we could continue to maintain communication as well as our family relationships on both sides of this veil. Much reading, attending conferences, meeting with mediums and joining groups combined to lead us to Helping Parents Heal where we hope to learn even more ways to share our love and be of service to those who need a hug, a hand, a shoulder or an ear.
Email: Laniewski4@hotmail.com or Phone 941-270-7838
Brian and Tywana Smith
Brian and Tywana Smith are leaders of the Cincinnati Chapter of Helping Parents Heal. Their daughter Shayna Elayne, whose name means “Beautiful Light”, transitioned on June 24, 2015 at 15 years of age. Shayna was a force while on Earth and continues to be a force after her transition. The couple has had many visits from Shayna, including sessions with mediums where she came through loud and clear. After her passing they began experiencing a series of synchronistic events that led them to Mark Ireland, Elizabeth Boisson, and Mark Pitstick. The unique connection of events was undeniable and helped them understand that it was their destiny to start a chapter of Helping Parents Heal ln Cincinnati.
After Shayna’s passing, Brian and Tywana started attending the Unity Church in Cincinnati. The couple subsequently met with the pastor who agreed to host Helping Parents Heal meetings at the church. The inaugural meeting will be held on August 7, 2016 from 7 PM – 9 PM and will take place on the first Sunday of each month thereafter, at the same time. Here is a link to the Cincinnati group Facebook page.
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