On the eighth episode of THE LAST THING I WISHED I SAID, Linda speaks to Tiffany Bailey Baumbach, Marriage and Family Therapist, who practices attachment theory which informs us that our first attachments, normally with our mothers, influences our future relationships throughout life. In addition, Tiffany is a singer & performer in the Los Angeles area.
Tiffany shares the loss of her beloved mother, Salomea (Sally) Sheps Bailey, who battled cancer for eight years, but ultimately lost the fight at 72. She always focused on helping others in her family rather than herself. Sally loved vigorously but did not always ask for what she needed.
Follow Tiffany at https://www.tiffanybaileymusic.com/ and lookout for her MFT endeavors.
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THE LAST THING I WISHED I SAID is hosted by Linda Overman, recorded in her home office and edited by Eidolon Dischord Productions. The music is from Line Noise’s album Magenta Moon and artwork is by Michael Overman.
Thank you to Tammy Trujillo a professional broadcaster who has been on the air in Los Angeles for over 40 years as a news anchor. Tammy has received numerous awards for her work over the years. She has also been a college instructor for over 30 years in all aspects of broadcasting. At CSUN, Tammy is the KCSN News Director and also a part-time lecturer in Journalism, teaching Jour 495 Podcast Storytelling.