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Dear Life with Christina Rasmussen

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Dear Life with Christina Rasmussen

A health podcast from Christina Rasmussen

Christina Rasmussen, author of “Second Firsts” and “Where Did You Go?”, and founder of the Life Reentry Institute, has life-altering conversations with people of all walks of life who have impacted the world against all odds. They have faced great loss and extraordinary circumstances and used their grief and life lessons to transform their lives.

Each week, Christina speaks with artists, athletes, astronauts, authors, chefs, and every day people to explore their hardest moments and how they found the strength and resilience to not only survive, but to thrive and go on to have incredible impacts on the world.

This is not your typical podcast with the same old guests. Our goal is to introduce you to new voices and stories that might be similar to yours so that you can find hope, healing and thrive again, too.

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