Grief Talk w/ Vonne Solis

Vonne Solis

As an Author, Life Transformation Coach, Online Instructor and bereaved mom since 2005, I'll be sharing great content that is informing, inspiring and practical to help anyone who has suffered a loss, or other adversity, get where they want to go on their journey to heal and grow. I'll be covering a variety of topics centered on loss, grief advocacy, grief support, healing, personal growth and consciousness expansion through a combination of guest interviews, informal chats and solo shows that delve deeper into today's topics of importance focused on holistic wellbeing. read less

The Erotic Gaze: Awakening Your Erotic Wisdom
2d ago
The Erotic Gaze: Awakening Your Erotic Wisdom
Enjoy this fascinating conversation with my guest Jessica Badonsky, Family Nurse Practitioner and erotic awareness coach with over 18 years in the wellness industry. In this episode, learn about the power of the erotic gaze formed at birth (based on the work of poet and theorist Audre Lorde), and how to tap into this often-dormant power to continually and authentically lead our most creative and fulfilling life! This discussion also dives into gender inequality, the roots of repressed sexuality and how to rethink and connect to your erotic power (it's not what you may think)!0:00    Welcome0:31    Introduction to Jessica3:37    Jessica's nursing background5:58    Health issues and life passages (death) that we don't talk about7:29    The cultural silence and pathology of sex and sexuality10:52  Sex is a quality-of-life issue, at end of life and for healing16:01  The work of Audre Lorde and erotic power21:10  Puritanism and the difference between privacy and secrecy24:08  Sexual feelings, shame and culture28:58  The starting point of the erotic gaze34:28  The erotic gaze – parents, children and when it’s missing38:06  Trauma, loss and DNA41:46  Reclaiming our erotic power50:46  Erotic Power / Audre Lorde56:16  Ways to tap into your erotic power1:02:59 The power of connection1:07:59 Awakening to your erotic energy1:10:26 Jessica’s resources1:13:44 ClosingJessica's links:privatepartsofwellness.comEmail InstagramFacebookMentions:Essay by Audre LordeBrought to you by:vonnesolis.comSubscribe if you want to be part of my community. Share if you like the episode. Connect with me on LinkedIn or Twitter. Send me an email if you'd like to be on the show or have a topic you'd like to hear more about!
Coaching Lesson 7: TRUST – You Can Do it!
Jan 18 2023
Coaching Lesson 7: TRUST – You Can Do it!
Are you digging around in the sand to find your castle? Or do you already trust yourself enough to take you where you want to go? When you know what you want you can take yourself there. All change happens just by starting to think about how you want your life to look and feel as you imagine the kind of environments that you want to be in. What you want to study. The career you want to pursue. The promotion you want to go after. The type of friendships that you prefer. The loving relationships that you want and deserve. Whether or not to have kids. Where you want to live. You make choices all the time related these bigger life changes and throughout every single day as part of the minutia of daily living. But how much do you trust yourself enough to make the choices and changes that you really want? Being super in tune with who you are and what you want at every moment of the day is one of the most authentic things you can do for yourself. TIMESTAMP:0:00    Opening0:13    Introduction to episode1:20    When you know what you want!3:01    When hard knocks hit5:46    Survival7:47    Taking action9:00    Why we distrust12:06  Be the architect of your life13:14  Taking responsibility14:01  ClosingBOOKS (by Vonne Solis)https://vonnesolis.com/vonne-solis-books/"Lessons in Surviving Suicide – A Letter to My Daughter" (2021)"Divine Healing Transforming Pain into Personal Power – A Guide to Heal Pain From Child Loss, Suicide and Other Grief" (2011/2018)"The Power of Change" (2013)RESOURCES (Blog, Course & Meditations)https://vonnesolis.com/resources/BEYOND BEREAVEMENT "GET ME STARTED" COURSE Discounthttps://courses.vonnesolis.com/p/beyond-bereavement-get-me-started?coupon_code=PODCAST50&product_id=3519016Start at Lesson 1: Regrets: Letting them go! Audio or YouTubehttps://youtu.be/6kNxDFUkAZ4https://www.buzzsprout.com/2021182/11413123Go to previous Lesson 6: Willingness: Do you have what it takes to change?Audio YouTubeSubscribe if you want to be part of my community. Share if you like the episode. Connect with me on LinkedIn or Twitter. Send me an email if you'd like to be on the show or have a topic you'd like to hear more about!
Breathing on Purpose – Holding Your Sacred Space
Jan 11 2023
Breathing on Purpose – Holding Your Sacred Space
Enjoy this fascinating conversation with my guest, Daniel Villalobos, a self-healing coach and gifted breath work facilitator (I've worked with him) to kick off this new season and new year! Daniel's mission is to help individuals heal from generational trauma and  reclaim their divinity to start living their higher purpose and share their personal medicine with the world. In this episode, learn how to develop a reverence for your breath  and how to become mindful of breathing on purpose as Daniel takes us on a journey through the sacredness of breath and the purposefulness of life when we consciously breathe and naturally create a playful spaciousness of energy around us to help us continually manifest what we want! Don't miss his special treat of a guided Breath Work meditation near the end!TIME STAMP:0:00    Welcome0:31    Introduction to Daniel2:37    Breath work and sacred space6:27    Energy and vibration9:00    PTSD and trauma12:06  Generational trauma16:09  Childhood dysfunction21:40  Breathing with intention29:49  Breath holds our stories36:06  Breathing on purpose43:24  Do you even want to be breathing?46:45  Breath and spaciousness50:47 Stress and anxiety and feeling out of alignment54:47 Guided Breath Work Meditation1:00:31 Personal Medicine1:04:15 Contact Daniel1:05:56 ClosingDANIEL'S SOCIALLinkedInInstagramCONTACT DANIELEmail Vonne's ResourcesVonne's Books“Lessons in Surviving Suicide – A Letter to My Daughter”“Divine Healing Transforming Pain into Personal Power – A Guide to Heal Pain From Child Loss, Suicide and Other Grief”“The Power of Change”Subscribe if you want to be part of my community. Share if you like the episode. Connect with me on LinkedIn or Twitter. Send me an email if you'd like to be on the show or have a topic you'd like to hear more about!
Coaching Lesson 5: Acceptance – Leaving Your Stuff Behind
Dec 14 2022
Coaching Lesson 5: Acceptance – Leaving Your Stuff Behind
We all have stuff from the past! No matter what you are struggling with; loss, grief, financial or relationship difficulties, childhood dysfunction and anything else, you have the personal power to create authentic and lasting change with the right tools and mindset.To know what you no longer need or want in your life you must find value and meaning in all that you have experienced. In this coaching episode from Lesson 5 of the “Get Me Started” online course, learn how to make peace with your past and move on from whatever is tying you to your present to create the life that you do want. Starting right now!Get the free mini-personal growth journal with action steps that accompanies the first six lessons of this coaching series here.TIMESTAMP:0:00    Welcome0:25    Introduction to episode 2:19    Wanting immediate escape from the struggle4:13    Creating real and lasting change7:10    Acceptance8:39    Key takeaway10:07 Can't accept your stuff yet?11:50  ClosingBooks (by Vonne Solis) Lessons in Surviving Suicide – A Letter to My DaughterDivine Healing Transforming Pain into Personal Power – A Guide to Heal Pain From Child Loss, Suicide and Other GriefThe Power of ChangeResources (Blog, Course & Meditations)COURSE discountCOACHING EPISODES:Start at Lesson 1: Regrets - Letting Them Go Audio or YouTubeGo to previous Lesson 4: Hope – are you ready for change?  Audio or YouTubeSubscribe if you want to be part of my community. Share if you like the episode. Connect with me on LinkedIn or Twitter. Send me an email if you'd like to be on the show or have a topic you'd like to hear more about!
Symphony of Serenity - Angel Messages for our Planet
Dec 7 2022
Symphony of Serenity - Angel Messages for our Planet
In this inspiring conversation with Brenda Rachel,  Angel Healing Practitioner and Messenger of Hope for the Angels, Brenda shares how her challenges living with multiple disabilities and losing hope for a better life, led her to the angels and the work she now does as their Messenger. Her core messages of peace, resilience and healing while staying true to the three key  messages she discusses in this episode, will inspire you to  embrace your own power to triumph over any adversity and start living the life you were meant to find.TIMESTAMP: 0:00    Welcome0:31    Introduction to the episode2:34    Physical body Spiritual World7:16    Brenda meets the angels9:27    Disability and depression12:43  Finding purpose15:51  Oneness - Symphony of Serenity18:37  The power of Light versus dark21:33  Thoughts are our Reality24:31  Hope, Angels and Inspiration37:36  The Duality of Healing and Illness43:58  Being a Lantern of Light47:56  Three key messages56:15  Grief and healing58:45  ClosingMUSICEP "In This Moment" available on Amazon and iTunesBOOK In This Moment Angels’ Sweet Reflections available on AmazonHUMANITY WITH HEARTWebsiteYouTube MusicFacebook CONNECT WITH BRENDA:TwitterFacebookLinkedInContact:Email: humanitywithheart@gmail.com Episode brought to you by Vonne Solisvonnesolis.comSubscribe if you want to be part of my community. Share if you like the episode. Connect with me on LinkedIn or Twitter. Send me an email if you'd like to be on the show or have a topic you'd like to hear more about!
Coaching Lesson 4: Hope – are you ready for change?
Nov 30 2022
Coaching Lesson 4: Hope – are you ready for change?
As a bereaved mom for 17 years now, I know the depths of despair and what it feels like to lose all hope there is a better life waiting just around the corner. Whatever loss or adversity you are coming from, it is essential to have hope if you want to create a better life!In this coaching episode from Lesson 4 of the "Get Me Started!" online course from the Beyond Bereavement series, learn the two key things you need to consistently create the life that you want and how to feel hope again if you can't feel it today. Get your free mini-personal growth journal to follow along here.TIMESTAMP:0:00    Welcome0:12    Introduction to episode1:43    From Disempowerment to Personal Power5:11    What is hope?6:43    Loss, despair, survival10:04  Hope - your starting point12:42  Types of giving up14:59  Tap in to your potential17:02  Two key things to create change19:50  Dealing with Disorders20:39  Pitfalls to avoid22:15  Can't feel gratitude?23:04  We are all powerful manifesters24:35  ClosingBOOKS (by Vonne Solis) Lessons in Surviving Suicide - A Letter to My DaughterDivine Healing - Transforming Pain into Personal PowerThe Power of ChangeRESOURCES (Blog, Course & Meditations)COURSE Discount COACHING EPISODES:Start at Lesson 1:  Regrets: Letting Them Go Audio or YoutubeGo to previous Lesson 3: Self-Forgiveness: You need it to change your life! Audio or YouTubeSubscribe if you want to be part of my community. Share if you like the episode. Connect with me on LinkedIn or Twitter. Send me an email if you'd like to be on the show or have a topic you'd like to hear more about!
Coaching Lesson 1: Letting Go of Regrets
Oct 19 2022
Coaching Lesson 1: Letting Go of Regrets
Power your own life! If you want to heal from any pain or simply acquire the tools to enhance your life transformation process, this coaching episode from Lesson 1 of my online course “Get Me Started” from the Beyond Bereavement series, will teach you about the two essential mindset practices you need to help you let go of regret and start to create the life that you really want. As a bereaved mom for over seventeen years, Author, Angel Healing Practitioner and Grief Coach, this coaching series will give you the tools and mindset to help you triumph over every challenge and if you are bereaved, integrate loss into your life as only one part of your experience. Each lesson will show you how to tap further into your personal power to consistently create the transformation you want, and feel ready, for through a structured and focused practice.A free mini-personal growth journal accompanies this lesson to help you further reflect on your changes and growth. (A link to download the journal is below.)TIMESTAMP:0:00    Welcome.0:33    Introduction.2:15    Facing the pain.7:08    Understanding grief and sorrow.10:05   Emotions.14:40   We aren't prepared for loss.18:44    Letting go of regrets.24:45   Feeling okay.27:56   Last thoughts.BOOKS (by Vonne Solis)Lessons in Surviving Suicide – A Letter to My DaughterDivine Healing Transforming Pain into Personal Power – A Guide to Heal Pain From Child Loss, Suicide and Other GriefThe Power of ChangeRESOURCES (Blog, Course & Meditations)COURSE DiscountSubscribe if you want to be part of my community. Share if you like the episode. Connect with me on LinkedIn or Twitter. Send me an email if you'd like to be on the show or have a topic you'd like to hear more about!
The Diverse Nurse: Getting People Moving
Oct 12 2022
The Diverse Nurse: Getting People Moving
As the Founder and CEO of Dawn Jarvis, Ltd. and a bereaved sibling, enjoy this fantastic conversation where Dawn shares her wisdom and experience speaking about healthcare, diversity, inclusion, sibling bereavement and what it takes to get moving again! Dawn is an international speaker, executive coach, author, founder of The Diverse Nurse Network and creator of The Dawn Jarvis Show podcast. Her passion is to help executives, organizations, and individuals implement strategies and best practices to transform strategy into action and get people moving!  TIMESTAMP:0:00  Welcome and introduction to Dawn.5:23  The challenges moving up in the professional world9:59   Why we don't access healthcare17:47  The gaps in healthcare and support22:23  Why we don't prepare for death25:40  The death of Dawn's sister30:13  Bereaved siblings responsibility40:56  Maladaptive coping mechanisms in grief and rebuilding.49:21  The legacy of our losses56:42  Dawn’s resources. 58:49  Wrap up. 59:47  End. Music.RESOURCES:Dawn's Website:https://dawnjarvis.com/Dawn's book: "Nurture your Network: Create Connections, Contacts and Community" https://www.amazon.com/Nurture-your-Network-Connections-Community/dp/B09TVFH6ZH/ref=sr_1_1?crid=2F32DYIHSIGEQ&keywords=Dawn+Jarvis&qid=1647382092&sprefix=dawn+jarvis%2Caps%2C221&sr=8-1 Dawn's Podcast:https://thedawnjarvisshow.com/https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOb9TOdvCo29oFptauyB_rA"White men as Allies for Social Justice" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5E9lz_sVEPM"How to Nurture Your Network Masterclass"https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_yRFb3y6qEoPRESENTED BY:https://vonnesolis.com/https://vonnesolis.com/vonne-solis-about/Subscribe if you want to be part of my community. Share if you like the episode. Connect with me on LinkedIn or Twitter. Send me an email if you'd like to be on the show or have a topic you'd like to hear more about!
Teaching our Kids to be the Change!
Sep 28 2022
Teaching our Kids to be the Change!
A robust conversation with Diana Cortese, a board-certified Behaviour Analyst, former Special Education educator and founder of Teach Social Skills, where Diana explains what social skills are and how we can all incorporate them into the lives of our children for life-long happiness and success.TIMESTAMP:0:00  Welcome and introduction to the show.3:18  Vonne shares her loss and opens the discussion with Diana about things missing in the educational system.5:06  Diana discusses her background and what drove her to do the work she does today teaching social skills to kids based on what she discovered was missing in the educational system.10:40  Vonne discusses with Diana seemingly positive connections that aren't so positive, more about what's missing in the school system and what needs to change, and how this positively impacts our kids.15:53  Vonne and Diana discuss what social skills really are and the work she does with various ages from 4 to 10 to give them a lasting and strong foundation of agency and independence.23:12  Making these skills last in highly competitive school and social culture.29:59  How these early social skills can help in conflict using an example of getting cut off in the lunch lineup or bullying.35:16  The importance of being heard so kids can feel they have somewhere and someone to go to when they're in trouble. Gaining autonomy.38:11  Social skills are not just for "special needs" kids, but for every child and adult.40:53  Diana and Vonne discuss their most important lessons learned in parenting.45:53  Mental health and the value of having a social skills foundation to help create a culture of connection, openness and trust. What happens if we don't in the family and socially. 50:40  The importance of watching your child grow into who they really need to be.1:01:32  Diana's resources and where to find her.1:04:02  One last tip from Diana to help parents connect more with their child and last question: is child behaviour the result of nurture or nature?1:07:56  Closing out the show and a big thank you to Diana for being a guest!1:09:33  End. Music.DIANA'S SOCIAL:www.facebook.com/southbaykidsconnectiontwitter.com/sbkidsconnectwww.linkedin.com/in/diana-cortese-05b9827/www.instagram.com/teachsocialskills/DIANA'S WEBSITES:www.southbaykidsconnection.com(in person Social Skills groups that is run weekly)www.teachsocialskills.com(online course: professional development for Special Educators)LINKS TO ANDREA'S EPISODE: "Keeping your kids safe from tech troubles!"YouTubeAudioBrought to you by Vonne Solis https://vonnesolis.com/https://vonnesolis.com/resources/Subscribe if you want to be part of my community. Share if you like the episode. Connect with me on LinkedIn or Twitter. Send me an email if you'd like to be on the show or have a topic you'd like to hear more about!
The Myths and Truths About Suicide
Sep 14 2022
The Myths and Truths About Suicide
In this Coffee Chat solo episode, Vonne shares seven myths debunked by mental health experts and how each one has impacted her grief experience after the suicide of her twenty-two-year-old daughter in 2005.TIMESTAMP:0:11:   Introduction to the episode.5:46:   Myth 1 - Everyone who attempts suicide has a mental health condition. Not true.7:59:   Myth 2 - People who attempt suicide are selfish. Not true. 9:35:   Myth 3 - People who threaten suicide want attention. Not true.11:15:  Myth 4 - Suicide is a choice. Not true.12:52:  Myth 5 - Talking about suicide will actually lead to or encourage other people to attempt or die by suicide. Not true.13:33:  Myth 6 - A better mood in someone who presents as a suicide risk means that the risk of suicide is no longer present. Not true.16:34:  Myth 7 - You can't prevent someone from attempting suicide. Not true.If you or someone you know is struggling with suicidal thoughts or mental health matters, please call:CANADA HOTLINE:Talk Suicide CanadaHours: Available 24/7/365 for calls; 4 PM—12 AM ET for texts; Languages: English, French 1-1-833-456-4566More infoUSA HOTLINE:Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 988 or 800-273-8255 to connect with a trained counselor, or visit the NSPL site.BOOKS by VONNE:Lessons in Surviving Suicide, A Letter to My Daughter Divine Healing - Transforming Pain into Personal PowerThe Power of ChangeVONNE'S WEBSITE:https://vonnesolis.com/vonne-solis-about/ARTICLE:https://www.cnn.com/2022/07/16/health/suicide-myths-facts-wellness/index.html PETITION:http://www.988campaignforcanada.com/Subscribe if you want to be part of my community. Share if you like the episode. Connect with me on LinkedIn or Twitter. Send me an email if you'd like to be on the show or have a topic you'd like to hear more about!
When your child feels bullied and/or different
Sep 7 2022
When your child feels bullied and/or different
A conversation between two women trying to make the planet a better place. Deeann talks about bullying in the alopecia world and Vonne discusses the impact on our children and youth who feel different from their peers based on her experience after losing her daughter to suicide in 2005.TIMESTAMP:00:00 Vonne introduces the episode and welcomes Deeann to the show.03:38  Vonne introduces her daughter Janaya and gives an overview of her views on bullying and what you can expect from the episode.06:03  Deeann discusses the "Oscars slap", the buzz it created both in and outside of the alopecia community and the missed teaching moment at the Oscars.13:45 Vonne shares her thoughts on bullying.16:17  Deeann elaborates on bullying in general of kids living with alopecia and explains what it's like (she's lived with alopecia since she was seven years old).19:43   Vonne and Deeann share a robust conversation about the specific problems kids face in the school, on the playground and elsewhere being bullied or feeling different from their peers, what is being missed at every level and what we can do to stop it by sharing the responsibility for change.31:32  Deeann shares the very public story of a young girl living with alopecia who recently took her life as a result of being bullied, despite all the attempts her family made to lobby for change in the school. 33:29  It's not only peanut allergies we need to worry about. Vonne discusses a need for policy changes in the schools to create inclusivity for kids and teens living with invisible differences where it may be equally life-threatening and talks with Deeann about what we can do to create more compassion, empathy and awareness at all levels.41:23  We're not okay! Five minutes makes a difference! The reality of living with the pain from bullying or being a parent of a child who feels or looks different and excluded.46:07  The importance of support, what we still lack in resources in both the suicide and alopecia communities, and the impact of  feeling different.55:24  If you have a child that is different in any way, you're going to be worried about something.57:58  Deeann shares tips to create change and a great resources for the classroom.1:01:02  Vonne talks about organic suicide support groups popping up and the practice of post-vention support.1:03:47  Every voice counts! Deeann shares her resources.1:06:12  One last thing ... the harm of jokes and the diseases we don't make fun of. What's the difference?1:07:55  Vonne closes out the episode. Thanks for watching or listening! Thanks to Deeann.Deeann's website:www.alopecialife.comEpisode 5: Loss and Grief: we're not that different https://www.buzzsprout.com/2021182/11070742 Deeann's book on Amazon: Head On, Stories of Alopecia Vonne's website:https://vonnesolis.com/vonne-solis-about/Vonne's books:https://vonnesolis.com/vonne-solis-books/Vonne's resources: https://vonnesolis.com/resources/Subscribe if you want to be part of my community. Share if you like the episode. Connect with me on LinkedIn or Twitter. Send me an email if you'd like to be on the show or have a topic you'd like to hear more about!
Loss and grief: we’re not that different!
Aug 17 2022
Loss and grief: we’re not that different!
A fantastic interview with Deeann Graham from alopecialife.com about living with alopecia and the lasting grief from hair loss. This robust discussion covers many of the similarities between Deeann's grief being diagnosed with Alopecia Areata at age 7 and Vonne's experience in grief as a bereaved parent after the suicide of her daughter in 2005.  Learn about how we really aren't that different after all!TIMESTAMP0:00  Intro0.31  Vonne introduces Deeann and welcomes her to the show.3:26  Deeann shares her story being diagnosed with alopecia areata at age seven and some of the cultural and social influences that impacted her from childhood and throughout adulthood.5:20  Vonne addresses the expectation we have to show up in the world a certain way in our bereavement and specifically, as a bereaved parent.7:00  Hats and bandanas! Deeann describes her journey and the struggle she felt to comfortably present herself in the world as authentically as possible amidst the cultural and social expectations.11:28  Vonne asks about the lasting emotional impact of her parents succumbing to advice about treatment decades ago with regard to early alopecia diagnosis and the mark it can leave on children today.13:03  Deeann talks about community, the importance of understanding social influences and communication to make informed decisions about treatment and acceptance.17:02  Deeann explains too many options for parents and the emotional piece that presents the bigger gap in medical and other resources and support for parents of children living wit alopecia today.19:10  Vonne shares the similarities in bereavement about the emotional gap in resources and support and asks what parents are struggling with the most today in the alopecia world?20:16  Deeann describes the struggles but also the emerging cultural and social changes she sees in kids24:36. Deeann shares the type of work she does and who she works with.27:09  Deeann explains how people living with alopecia identify today.28:08. A conversation between Vonne and Deeann about the insufficient resources in their respective worlds of bereavement and alopecia.31:19 Deeann talks about her resources (book, online course and coaching).39:05 Vonne explains the impact of her daughter's suicide on her son, the lack of suicide support in Canada for children, and asks Deeann what children struggle with today when their sibling appears different from others.41:10  Deeann talks about alopecia as a chronic illness, her early childhood and how kids today mostly respond when having a sibling who appears different from their peers.45:42  Vonne wraps up the episode.DEANN'S LINKS:Website:www.alopecialife.comBook on Amazon:Head On, Stories of AlopeciaYouTube:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCXuLPpAxRdz3Ba_7EiAevQFacebook:https://www.facebook.com/groups/2048660141909847Brought to you by Vonne @ www.vonnesolis.com/Subscribe if you want to be part of my community. Share if you like the episode. Connect with me on LinkedIn or Twitter. Send me an email if you'd like to be on the show or have a topic you'd like to hear more about!
The dark web: when you think the worst can’t happen to you!
Aug 3 2022
The dark web: when you think the worst can’t happen to you!
This is a solo Coffee Chat episode where Vonne talks about past and current trends of the dark web, including sexploitation, exploitation, cyber-bullying, coercion, seduction, suicide pacts, negative influencers and young children accessing content by accident. Sharing her own story about what she missed after losing her daughter to suicide in 2005, after she accessed the dark web, and what other parents of children in trouble or who have died missed, is valuable to help parents of today be aware of the lure of the dark web and what they can do to protect their kids. This episode complements Episode 3 Keeping Your Kids Safe from Tech Troubles! with Andrea Davis from Better Screen Time, who helps parents and families create a tech plan that is right for them (a link to that episode is below).0:00  Welcome. Music.0:11   Introduction to the episode. References Episode 3 with Andrea Davis and provides a quick summary of the trends, dark web and negative effects that raising a generation of children with devices has produced based on research.3:44  Nobody is immune from the dangers our children face on the internet, suicide statistics.7:47  Vonne shares her story of her daughter's access to the dark web in the early 2000's and what the internet was like then, the aftermath of  her daughter's suicide.12:48  Rates of actual suicide deaths.13:23  What to be on guard for as a parent, what's really out there that can pose great risk to our children regardless of how perfect things seem.19:15  What the research says about the negative impacts of technology.24:02  What you can do as a parent to protect your children. 29:42  Thanks for watching!Books: https://vonnesolis.com/vonne-solis-books/ Resources: https://vonnesolis.com/resources/ School coupon 50% discount: https://courses.vonnesolis.com/p/beyond-bereavement-get-me-started?coupon_code=PODCAST50 Andrea's episode 3:https://www.buzzsprout.com/2021182/10988518Subscribe if you want to be part of my community. Share if you like the episode. Connect with me on LinkedIn or Twitter. Send me an email if you'd like to be on the show or have a topic you'd like to hear more about!