Angela Legh: The Power of Forgiveness And Love


Do you have feelings of anger and frustration? How do you face your feelings? Do you experience emotional triggers? Do you still embrace your child-like nature?

In this episode, Angela Legh shares how we can deal with and process our emotions and feelings. She shares her story of growing up with an alcoholic father and an angelic mother and how it impacted her life.

Angela Legh talks about how we can build emotional resilience, especially in children to prevent suicide. She shares how we can equip ourselves and our children in order to become stronger and bolder in the world. She gives an insight into her children’s book series, The Bella Santini Chronicles and online course, entitled Live! Love! Laugh! which connects adults with curiosity, wonder and playfulness.

“The perspective we hold creates the world that we live in. Having the perspective of a victim is a prison. It does not allow us to become who we truly are to be.”

“My reaction is my responsibility. Accepting the responsibility gives us the freedom to change.”

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