Some nice things people said -

I want to thank you for co-creating with me two of the most powerful interviews I have ever done.  Hugs.

Neale Donald Walsch - author of Conversations with God

…. One of the big miracles about the show is you but I bet everyone tells you that.  The best interview I ever had.

Mona Lisa Schulz author of Awakening Intuition: Using Your Mind-body Newwork for Insight and Healing.

“Corinne is a terrific interviewer and author. Her expertise in personal growth and self help is a no nonsense approach. Corinne has worked with me on coaching me in my radio career, and writing better articles. I highly recommend Corinne for you coaching or interviewing needs.”

Michelle Vandepas cofounder of Divine Purpose Unleashed

Corinne, everyone raves about their interviews with you.   You are surely helping people live better, more joyful and successful lives.

Annie Jennings, PR

Judith Viorst, the best selling author of Necessary Losses asked me to thank you for the splendid interview you did with her on her book Imperfect Control. She has been doing extensive book tours for well over 15 years.  However, for this tour, her most lavish praise was for you and the highly intelligent, thoughtful, insightful job you did as host.

Toni Werbell – Pub;ic Relations for Judith Viorst

Corinne preceded me at Wisdom Media. She was one of the earliest Host/Talent/Producers and a pioneer in the wellness field. As I began to work with Corinne, overseeing her series, I was quickly impressed with her knowledge of the field, her poise and comfort with a broad array of guests, and her personal integrity, style, and camaraderie. She remains one of my all-time favorite colleagues – and continues to push the edges of her own envelope and pursue the journey!”

Top qualities: Personable, Expert, High Integrity

Sheila Shayon from Third Eye Media and former SVP, Programming, Production & Operations at Wisdom Media, LLC.

Katherine Hepburn and Cary Grant didn’t  start out as Katherine Hepburn and Cary Grant.

They had tremendous help in the form of many coaches. And while none of us will ever be a Kate or Cary, many of us will be putting videos on our websites or Ytube and can use a little help in not looking clumsy.  I would like to recommend Corinne Edwards if you need a media, speaking or business coach.  I have such different “eyes” from when I first hired her.  I can’t put into words just how grateful I am to have her guidance.  Corinne, my sincere, heart-felt thanks to you for your courage and bravado in being a pioneer in this Internet field and helping mestay the course during these past difficult years.  I’m going forward in 2009 and you are going with me!!!!  I feel safe with you by my side.”

Peg Barry, president Barry Personnel Resources and BarryCare

Corinne personifies the expressions a “helping hand” and an “encouraging spirit”. If you get a chance to work with her grab it because her name isn’t lying, she really is in the business of creating mini miracles and blessings and I can definitely say she has done that for me in the blogosphere.

Tony Chomba Mwangi Njanja -  writer of The Displaced African

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Sondra March 7, 2010 at 8:59 am

Corinne,
I read your book, Reflections of a Woman Alone, and loved it. I have it in my permanent library. You’re so right, as soon as a woman is unattached, she finds herself “back in the market” whether she wants to be or not.

Your fan,
Sondra

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Massy April 18, 2010 at 12:52 pm

Must feel great to read those great comments! You deserve it, awesome site Corinne :)

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Susan Collins September 6, 2010 at 9:19 pm

I wonder how it must feel to look back on the road of your life to know that you have the respect and admiration of great people, simply by being exactly who you are. Congratulations – you earn the right to be succesfull at all you do because you have the magic formula!
Your fan
Susan Collins

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Rosetta E. Sosi September 30, 2010 at 7:21 am

I really look forward to reading your site. Until my sister told me about it, I felt so alone, and wondering how I’m supposed to feel after losing my husband. I went through 2 marriages until I found MR. RIGHT and we had 26 wonderful years together. He had several back surgeries, and open heart surgery, and was 10 years older than me, but that made no difference. He always felt bad that he couldn’t do alot of things that men should do–mow the grass, do heavy things, etc. but he took care of the paperwork, cooked when I was at work, etc. I always told him, that he could do what he could do , and I could do what I could do, but he always felt bad that I had to do yard work when I came home from working in a hot factory, but he didn’t understand that I didn’t have to worry about the bills, and making appointments for the cars to be worked on, getting something fixed around the house and things like that.
He passed away in May 2009, fell over in the kitchen before I was even out of bed. Instant heart attack. But we never went to bed without a kiss and an “I love you”, and those were my last words to him. Someone once told me never to go to bed mad at each other and I always believed that. I usually fell asleep in his arms, and the shock of finding him on the floor will never leave my head.
People think that I should be “over it” by now, but they don’t understand………………they have never gone through it, and I said I had the worst, and then I had the BEST, and I don’t want anyone else. No one could ever fill his shoes, nor would I want them to. Being alone is the worst part, and I can’t seem to get a grip on that. I don’t want to do anything because everyone that I know, has “someone”; I felt like the 5th wheel when I’d be with somebody, and I’d rather stay in the home that we shared and have my memories. Thank goodness I have 2 kids that took him as their father, and my daughter only lives a few blocks away, and lost her father 2 years before after a long fight with cancer, so she tries to console me saying that I wouldn’t want to see him laying in a bed, suffering and not knowing what was going on, which I wouldn’t; But I keep thinking-he would be HERE, I could talk to him, see him.
He left me in good shape financially, which was one of his main goals, that I would never have to go back to work, and for that I am grateful since I see so many women struggling to make ends meet, but the loneliness gets over bearing, and most of the people that I know, including my kids, think that I should be out doing things,and going places more. I am,and never was one to go with a bunch of strangers, like on a bus trip, etc. We did everything together, whether it was working on a project, doing dishes, going on vacation, and nothing is enjoyable without him.
I am so glad to read about other women feeling the same way, because in the beginning I thought something was the matter with ME. Now I know there are alot of others in my shoes, and I know that I must go on, but it must be on my terms; when I’m ready, I will know it. Your letters from other women are such a comfort to me, because there ARE people out there that understand, and that means so much.
Love to all of you that are “one of us”. With the support from each other, I know that we will all make it through this tough time—together. No matter how long it takes each one of us. Our lives will never be the same, but I know that my dear Louie would want me to go on and I will do my best to do that for him and for me. Thank you all for the wonderful words that I read from all of you.
Rose

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Yenny December 3, 2010 at 9:06 am

Hi Rosetta,

I agree with what you had and is experiencing. People think that we should be ok by now but they don’t understand…..I fully agree with you. My husband passed away on 1st Jan 2010. And yes, he left me in good shape financially so I don’t have to worry about my remaining years but I contine working to keep my sanity and to stay focus so that my idle mind does not wonder about and drift into depression. I don’t like to join bunch of strangers like you do and I don’t want anyone else even though it’s very miserable being alone. But I believe we all can pull through it eventually.

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Kaitlyn October 4, 2011 at 7:48 am

This is my first time to stumbled upon your post and it is interested. I really like reading it, and looking forward for more from you.
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Jackie Smith November 28, 2011 at 2:02 pm

I just want to say ‘Thank you’ for providing a platform that enables us to communicate, share and learn while we each try navigate the same path ahead of us
Jax xxx

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Midland Pediatric Dentist March 28, 2012 at 4:20 am

It’s very heartwarming Corrine. You are so blessed with these feedback and comments that you receive. You are very inspiring person, I hope someday I can reach that kind of goal and applauses. I think it’s also motivating when your passion is being approves by others. It’s really worth it and satisfying life.

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Corinne Edwards
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March 28, 2012 at 8:04 am

Thank you, my dear Midland Dentist -

I am sure you are already getting that kind of feedback from the way you sound.

Taking care of children is a special gift.
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