Life Without My Dad

October 6, 2019

On this show Dr. Gloria and Dr. Heidi Horsley talk with Carrie Pike, Anne Castaldo, and Barbara Redfield about life without their Dad’s. Carrie Pike, is the founder of Carrie Bears, and author of Something to Hold Onto. Anne Castaldo is the founder of the Tony Brown Foundation, and serves on the National Board of Directors for The Compassionate Friends, and Barbara Redfield is an artist in upstate New York.

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Open to Hope

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