Leslie Krongold, Ed.D. hosts the podcast, Glass Half Full, which explores positive ways to cope with a chronic health condition. Diagnosed with a rare neuromuscular disease in her mid-30s, Leslie focused her energies on learning about natural healing modalities. As a support group facilitator for adults with neuromuscular diseases Leslie has shared her self-management health behaviors with others for nearly 20 years.
Glass Half Full includes stories from people with chronic illnesses including multiple sclerosis, fibromyalgia, cancer, and AIDS. Stories of people leading lives of passion like Michael Muir (John Muir’s great-grandson) who started the horse ranch program, Access Adventures North America’s leading innovator in Therapeutic Driving, Laura Root, Retired Navy Lieutenant, who works with wounded warriors as a Level 3 Shooting Coach and mentor, and Sandor Katz who has been living with AIDS for over 20 years and is known as the modern fermentation guru.
In addition, Glass Half Full, highlights practitioners of alternative modalities of healing. Yoga instructors – JoAnn Lyons (works with people with cerebral palsy and other physical disabilities), Cheryl Fenner Brown (works with the Cancer Support Community) and Valerie Jew (Urban Zen Integrative Healing practitioner in hospitals) have all shared their stories in podcast episodes. Other healing modalities featured in podcasts include acupuncture,qigong, and nutrition.
Celebrating the one-year anniversary of the Glass Half Full podcast launch this month, Leslie has evolved her support group facilitation to reach a larger audience. Always eager to learn more, please stop by to visit Leslie to share your story about natural healing.
On April 1st, you’ll have an opportunity each hour to win a prize from the Glass Half Full giveaway once you become a Glass Half Full podcast subscriber.