A life threatening illness crushes the world around you, and around those you love. How do we all cope with the diagnosis physically, emotionally an d spiritually? How do we move on? What are the most helpful ways to support others in crisis? In the end, what does it all mean? The author shares her most personal thoughts, fears and triumphs over the most challenging year of her life. The voices of friends and family members right true and move the reader to a powerfully emotional and honest reflection of one's own beliefs and life's purpose.
BIOGRAPHY Lynn McLaughlin is a life-long educator who owns and operates her own business, "Lynn McLaughlin Co.” She is driven, through her personal experiences, to help us become self-advocates and question our true purpose in this life. Do you want to learn to make conscious decisions and alter potentially negative outcomes to those that makes a positive difference?
Lynn is an award-winning author, educator, podcast host, consultant and professional speaker. She has experience in public speaking engagements locally, provincially and internationally. A free 15 minute consultation is available simply by reaching out to her.
Lynn is an active as a Rotarian committed to local community causes. She is a member of 100 Women Who Care Windsor/Essex and works tirelessly to support the goals of the Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada. She strives to meet each new personal goal and has just completed her first Detroit International 1/2 Marathon in November 2019.
Lynn McLaughlin was the Superintendent of Education with the Greater Essex County District School Board for six years, retiring in September of 2018. She is well versed in all areas of special education and school operations. Lynn also served in three different school boards as a school administrator, teacher and educational consultant. In addition to her business, "Steering Through It", Lynn continues to be active in education, teaching future Educational Assistants at St. Clair College.
Although she would say it was a lifetime ago, Lynn retired as the Executive Officer of H.M.C.S. Prevost after thirteen years in the Canadian Forces Naval Reserve. She was one of a growing number of women moving into executive roles.
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