During the last few years we’ve seen so many divisions cracking wider open in our families, communities, and in politics. Add to that, social media and algorithms continue to separate how we get our news, facts, and realities, resulting in even more people feeling divided.
It can feel like we are isolated on one side of the fence or the other — trapped in anger and even hatred, for the folks on the other side.
Join us at this week’s Mango Publishing Author Panel with our guest authors, Joe Bailey ("Thriving in the Eye of the Hurricane”) and David Kundtz ("The Art of Stopping") in a conversation about finding ways to bridge the divide by finding common nature in our humanity and by seeking love and respect instead of judgment and division.
Everyone who attends is invited to join the conversation. The panel is facilitated by Sherry Richert Belul (“Say it Now.”)
Mango Author Panels are a great way to get a behind-the-scenes look at the publishing world and what goes on in authors' heads. They are always interactive, often intriguing, and especially warm and inspiring.
This event is free. However, registration is required. Please use the form below and the Zoom link will be sent to you upon registration.
If you would like to join our panels live, they take place Wednesday afternoons at 1:30pm PT until 2:30pm PT. Email email@example.com to receive the Zoom links automatically every week. (No obligation to attend, but you will have the link handy if you want to drop in!)
David Kundtz is a retired family therapist and author of seven books in the areas of spirituality and popular psychology. He was a member of the clergy for some twenty years and the presenter of popular seminars on stress management and emotional health. His most recent book is "The Art of Stopping: How to Be Still When You Have to Keep Going" from Conari Press, an imprint of Mango Publishing.
Joseph Bailey, M.A., L.P. is a licensed psychologist, author, seminar leader, consultant, public speaker, and psychotherapist. He co-founded The Minneapolis Institute of Mental Health and has developed programs for health care provider wellness at numerous hospitals. He is author of six books with over a half million in print including "Fearproof Your Life,” and "Thriving in the Eye of the Hurricane: Finding Your Resilience in Our Challenging Times.”
Sherry Richert Belul, author of “Say it Now: 33 Creative Ways to Say I Love You to the Most Important People in Your Life,” is founder of Simply Celebrate, a business dedicated to helping people live colorful, connected, creative lives of love and appreciation.