AbbyLynn Haskell: Hope Continues to Change - Hope & Resilience
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New Year, New challenges, new insights! As you may recall, my imaginary coffee shop is under some more intensive construction and repair than previously expected. While my imaginary coffee shop is back under more extensive construction, I’m sharing some of my favorite conversations from the Friends for the Journey podcast. Here’s a delightful collection of golden wisdom from the Rev. AbbyLynn Haskell. Here’s Hoping.
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You can learn more about AbbyLynn Haskell at the following resources: Broad Reach Ministries, Broad Reach Sailing, Acton Congregational Church UCC, Maine School of Ministry. Curious about Sacred Storytelling? More Information here! And, you can learn more about Jonathan Boyd – Tenor, too.
Here are some additional links to resources Abby mentions in our conversation:
- More about the cognitive and biochemical changes of storytelling: Gallo, Carmine. “Stories literally put our brain waves in sync.” Quartz at Work, Last accessed May 12, 2020.
- “The magical science of storytelling” David JP Phillips; TEDxStockholm: Last accessed May 12, 2020.
Finally, some supportive resources related to learning disabilities and neurodiversity, including Auditory Processing Disorder, which Abby mentions in this episode:
- Learning Disability Association of America (LDA), and
- Attention Deficit Disorder Association (ADDA).
- Auditory Processing Disorder (CAPD)
- Here’s a great book about Dyslexia that Abby recommends: The Gift of Dyslexia: Why Some of the Smartest People Can’t Read...and How They Can Learn, by Ronald D. Davis and Eldon M. Braun. As Abby describes it, “this book lifts up the benefits of being blessed with a learning challenge.”