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May 30, 2019

Life is Worth Living - Jaclyn and Callie Kennedy
Life is Worth Living is a non-profit dedicated towards spreading awareness and decreasing the stigma surrounding mental illness and suicide and they join Living Adaptive today.  
This episode is for anyone that’s struggled through life and even at points felt little hope.  It’s also for those that want to know how to build something amazing and impactful after traversing out of significant adversity.  Please note, there’s resources within this episode to help those struggling.  Also, please note that audio is a tiny bit choppy at the beginning of the interview.
In this episode we discuss,
  • What is the Life is Worth Living Foundation and how the the org began.
  • We talk about the loss of Brianne Kennedy and how to honor Brianne Kennedy and those that we’ve lost.
  • How to operate from a position of vulnerability.
  • Why life is worth living.
  • Resources for help.  How to treat yourself when life gets devastatingly tough.
  • The future of Life is Worth Living.
Resources for those struggling,
Find our guests Jaclyn and Callie Kennedy and the Life is Worth Living Foundation:  
More Info about Life is Worth Living and Jaclyn and Callie Kennedy
"August 31st, 2004 was the worst day of our lives --- it was the day we lost our older sister, Brianne to suicide.”  Since that day the Kennedy family has worked to honor Brianne Kennedy.  By sharing their stories and providing resources, they hope to end the stigma surrounding mental illness and suicide.  "Our hopes are to prevent other families from ever having to go through what we did through sharing Brianne’s story.”  Life is Worth Living is often speaking at schools, taking part in interviews, and fundraising to further their mission.
This episode is brought to you by Living Adaptive with Scott Davidson.  
Find Living Adaptive at,
www.livingadaptive.comfor more information.