Rock Your Shine

Rock Your Shine: After You’ve Been Cracked Wide Open

This deeply compassionate talk show hosted by Susan Casey and produced by “Twinkle” Marie Manning creates a safe space for guests to share their personal stories of navigating through the darkest moments of grief and loss, and ultimately emerging stronger, wiser, and ready to rock their inner shine once again. Susan E. Casey, MSW, MFA, is an author, podcaster, a licensed mental health clinician, a certified bereavement group facilitator, a certified life coach, and a podcaster. “Twinkle” Marie Manning is an award-winning television producer and author. 

[[[*TRIGGER WARNING* Please watch this program with caution. Episodes cover sensitive subject matter and is not suitable for all listeners. If this topic could be a trigger for you, listen to this episode with a friend, a sibling, a loved one or a parent so you can talk about any emotions that come up for you. The content of this episode are not intended to replace therapy and should not be taken as such.]]]


Rebecca & Chris Hewitt 

This pilot episode features an intimate accounting of grieving Maine parents who lost their 25-year old son from drugs laced with Fentanyl. During the interview they discuss their years-long struggle seeking to get their child much needed mental health help. Their messages to parents is poignant and brave. 

Karen & Stephanie Bruder. 

During this episode a mother and daughter discuss coping with the loss of their husband and father to suicide. They openly discuss events leading up to his death, the magnitude of the situation, how they individually and collectively cope with the trauma, and the process of grieving that is still unfolding. They also offer a glimpse at how joy can still be accessed even in the face of tremendous loss.

Join us on a transformative journey of healing and empowerment.

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