Raising our gifted children with Sara Troy and her guest Heather Dugan, on air from September 6th
“Children can move forward, and parents must be good role models for their kids. This can turn what could be a devastating experience into an opportunity for growth and a fulfilling future. Use your strength of honesty with your teenagers. Being honest with them about the situation helps to normalize what is happening and encourages them to be honest with you. Provide plenty of opportunities for them to express themselves and to talk,” believes Dugan, a resilient single mom of three. Heather’s devastating isolation following multiple family deaths and a lengthy divorce sparked a personal quest: to solve her own loneliness. She is the founder of Cabernet Coaches®, social access and self-betterment group for women.
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Award-winning author, Heather Dugan, is the founder of Cabernet Coaches®, an “all ages, all stages” group for women that fosters self-betterment through face-to-face friendships and social connection. Her 2015 book, Date Like a Grownup: Anecdotes, Admissions of Guilt & Advice Between Friends, was a finalist (self-help/relationships) in the USA Book Awards and the Next Generation Indie Book Awards, and she speaks on topics pertaining to dating, relationships, social connection, and effective interpersonal communication. She has also worked as a professional voiceover talent for more than twenty-five years.
An Indiana University alumna, Heather resides in Columbus, Ohio, but is an avid traveller and outdoor enthusiast who keeps hiking poles and her passport within easy reach. The proud mom of three adult children, she blogs about relationships, transitions, and better living at Tips from the Tightrope on her author website.
Heather Dugan, a resilient single mom of three, relationship expert, and award-winning author of Date Like a Grownup: Anecdotes, Admissions of Guilt & Advice Between Friends and The Friendship Upgrade, which offers solutions for the socially sidelined. “It’s also common for people to feel emotional distance from the people they’re with, which can result in feeling lonely even when in a room full of people.”
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