Superhero of Love Podcast

You have a Superhero of Love inside you! Come learn to love and be loved more than ever before + fly high with that Mighty Heart of yours!

When Scott Stabile's parents were murdered he was just 14 years old.  No one would have blamed him for shutting down his heart for business at that moment.  But he didn't.  Instead his journey led him to first survive the unthinkable and then slowly make his way toward healing his heart wounds.  More tragedy came, and still he consistently cultivated a life dedicated to love, with an ever widening, life-affirming open heart.

In his book Big Love: The Power of Living with a Wide-Open Heart (New World Library, September 7, 2017) Scott shares that wide open heart with wisdom and hilarity.  He reads a wonderful excerpt from the book in this interview and had Bridget laughing pretty hard throughout this interview. 

You can find out more about Scott, his book and his upcoming workshops at and follow him on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.


Jennifer Pastiloff, founder of the online magazine The Manifest-Station, travels the world with her unique workshop On Being Human, a hybrid of yoga-related movement, writing, sharing aloud, letting the snot fly, and the occasional dance party. She is a frequent contributor to SHAPE Magazine, has online yoga classes, and has been featured on Good Morning America, New York Magazine, Health Magazine, CBS News, and others for her unique style of teaching, which she has taught to thousands of women in sold-out workshops all over the world -- including one in France in just a few weeks!

Find her at and on Instagram at @jenpastiloff. She also has many online yoga classes at Her memoir On Being Human (Dutton Books 6/4/19) is available for pre-order now wherever you buy your books.

On_Being_Human.jpgIn this interview we touch on several of the themes in her book, one of which is Beauty Hunting which is really easy to do when you are in her presence.  We did this interview in her apartment and in front of us was her son Charlie's little table and chair which still housed his lunch leftovers.  Look how beautiful they are -- and how aligned they are with the colors of her book cover!




We also mention Jen's Love Forward Talk (11/11/18) which you can check out here: Love Forward Talks - Jen Pastiloff.  Watch it to the end....magic happens.  You'll want to be touched by that magic.





Dr. Marni Feuerman is the author of Ghosted and Breadcrumbed: Stop Falling for Unavailable Men
and Get Smart about Healthy Relationships
She is a licensed social worker and marriage and family therapist with a private practice counseling those with relationship issues. 

She has great tips for all of us -- whether in or out of a relationship -- to create more love and intimacy in our lives.

Find Dr. Marni Feuerman at and at  Find her book wherever you get your books and/or on Amazon.


Bridget Fonger created Love Forward Talks to further the vision and intention of her book to help people love and be loved more. We have featured a few Love Forward Talks previously -- Ted Lyde, Jan Casebolt and T. Chick McClure -- and more are on the way.  This is Bridget's introductory talk which kicked off the event which gives a little peek into what had her write her book Superhero of Love: Heal Your Broken Heart & Then Go Save the World.  

You can also see the talk on YouTube.

Orna and Matthew Walters worked a lot on themselves before they set out to manifest their life partners.  They had a lot of tools in their toolboxes, and they used them diligently.  They were recovering from - respectively -- childhood abuse and alcoholism, so they had their work cut out for them. They came to the other side of their journeys into each other's arms and with the beginnings of what would become systems for love success. 

They have been widely featured in all media as love experts. Orna and Matthew help women do what they did to manifest each other: heal heart wounds and clear the decks for the love and life you want.

In this episode, they give us some great tips and wisdom that apply to far more than romantic love. The work they do to help women find love can help us all when the heat in our hearts -- for whatever reason -- is turned up to scorching.  Anything that helps us move around this world more able to bump into each other's hearts in a peaceful, loving way is a good thing, and Orna and Matthew give us plenty of that.

Check out Orna and Matthew's work at Love on Purpose.  You don't have to take the long circuitous route to loving and being loved.  You can go directly, with purpose, from Point A (pain) to Point B (love) with their beautiful, uplifting -- and sometimes hilarious -- guidance.

T. Chick McClure used to be a man in a woman's body, but now he is skyrocketing through life as the man he always knew he was since transitioning. He gave an extraordinary talk about the journey that his relationship with his father has taken during this transition at Love Forward Talks on November 11, 2018.  The audio from that talk is featured at the end of our short catch-up conversation to discover how his life and art are on a rocket ship to higher and higher places every day in these five months. 
If you know someone struggling with their gender, or in any way confronted by the schism between who they are in the world and who they are in their hearts, you will want to share this with them.
Check out Chick's beautiful essay on this topic as well on Medium, his Photo Essay mentioned in this conversation and his Love Forward Talk, and his Instagram.  His website is and if you know of a transgender person who could use some support, Chick welcomes those communications with a giant open heart.

April is Sarcoidosis Awareness Month.

This episode is designed to take care of the hearts of those who suffer - or have loved ones who are  suffering -- from this not very well known or understood disease. Many sarcoidosis sufferers will in fact never be properly diagnosed unless we continue to raise awareness.  Others have been misdiagnosed with other grave diseases, such as lymphoma, and may never know that they may indeed suffer with sarcoidosis.

Many 911 first responders have died from sarcoidosis.  But it isn't just a 911-related, New York based disease. Jan Casebolt lives in Los Angeles, and had been suffering for years with this debilitating disease.  She was set to fly to the Cleveland Clinic for heart surgery because sarcoidosis had ravaged every part of her body except her brain: her heart was in dire need of repair.  Luckily something had her say yes to an invitation to meet Master John Douglas, who is known for healing incurable diseases, and especially auto-immune disorders like this one. Jan received her miracle healing and the physical suffering was finally over. The miracles didn't stop there, though, so listen to this episode to hear all of her uplifting story.

You can read the peer-reviewed case study about her medical miracle at

If you or someone you know suffers with sarcoidosis, Jan welcomes emails at  You can also follow her Facebook page at My Sarcoidosis Miracle.

Listen to her story and share this episode wherever you can to help increase awareness of sarcoidosis, and also of the potential end of its terror on those who suffer with it.

Heartbreak Coach Claire Byrne had a very bad break up that blindsided her just like mine!  And it was the best thing that ever happened to her too.  She came out the other side a powerful, often hilarious, always motivating coach leading women to the other side of heartbreak.

We have so much in common she will be moderating my next Superhero of Love event at The Last Bookstore on April 4, 2019 at 7:30 p.m.  Get your tickets (the price of a book) here now:  Eventbrite -- Last Bookstore Event on 4/4/19

Find out more about Claire at her website Claire Your Mind: Claire Byrne Coaching

Find her podcast How to Stop Wanting Him Back on iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts

Sara Singer Schiff, Melissa Brohner-Schneider and Morgan Simpson created a podcast that is about to up your powers, Superhero of Love.  They talk every week about failure -- in all its myriad forms -- and ease us toward letting go of our shame around it, embracing its lessons and even adding several doses of humor into the failure mix.  They are all hilarious, smart and mighty hearts.  You will LOVE them!

In this episode Sara, Melissa and Morgan talk about the recent college admissions scandal, parenting, aging and even plastic surgery in a way that makes you almost want to run out and fail in a big way so you can let go of that huge weight of perfectionism and fly higher in your life - no matter what you are up to.

Find their podcast wherever you get your podcasts or at The Other F Word Podcast.  Just go ahead and subscribe to it, and once you've become addicted, don't forget to rate it and review it -- like you should rate and review THIS podcast right here! 

Also, remember to grab your copy of Superhero of Love: Heal Your Broken Heart & Then Go Save the World wherever you buy your books or Amazon.  And if you are in Los Angeles, come meet Bridget Fonger at her book event at The Last Bookstore on Thursday, April 4 at 7:30 p.m.

Melanie Lutz is a love activist, a producer, filmmaker and author of several books including Mel's Love Land.  She asks us all to consider what this world might be like if most of our thoughts were loving.  Even better, she gives us inspiration and super easy exercises that can help us inch a little closer to that Love Land. 

Find all about Mel, her Love Land, All Systems Love and more  at


NOTE: This interview was SO FULL OF LOVE it had to be split into two parts.  Part 1 was published on March 7th.

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