Today I have a warm and comforting conversation with Kellie Woolf - author, suicide loss survivor, mom, wife, and former educator.
Her Biography: "Kellie Woolf’s debut novel, Mount Hope, is set in Topeka, Kansas, where she was born and raised. While she now lives in Colorado With her husband, Steve, and her cat Figgy, Topeka will always be home. She graduated from Seaman High School, and all other children were born at Stormont Vail Hospital. Mount Hope Cemetery is the resting place for precious family members, and as a young adult, her first employment experiences crisscrossed the city.
Kellie has been a fierce supporter and advocate for the LGBTQ+ community. Multiple family members on every side, dear friends and herself belong. In this human experience, she believes three things are designed innately for everyone: faith, hope, and love. In this work, she presents all three, with the greatest of these being love.
While she is serious about her family, faith, and social justice, you can usually find her laughing with friends and exploring nature. Her adventures include marrying Steve, raising three children, and adopting two teenagers—to say nothing of evading London’s subway bombs in 2005, competing in Irish hard shoe dancing, and being a contestant on Ellen’s Game of Games. She is currently acting as co-director of a non-profit organization that offers healing and inspiration to today’s weary teachers and is working on her second novel."
You can find Kellie. her BLOG and her BOOK HERE on her WEBSITE
In our conversation you will hear us discuss:
My website "The Leftover Pieces; Rebuilding You" is LIVE and that means my different SUPPORT SPACE Options are available & much more coming! GO THERE TODAY TO FIND ALL OF THE THINGS I OFFER
Go DIRECTLY to my SUPPORT page here where you will find registration for my online support groups for moms
My first two books (tools I am creating for you!) in the "Facing Life After Suicide" series are available on Amazon
If you, or someone you know, is struggling with suicidal thoughts PLEASE reach out:
The National Suicide Lifeline is there for you
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