Stories of Healing. Stories of Survival.
There is little doubt in my mind that you saved my life. Just knowing that someone else had walked the same road as me was a wonderful motivator. I was 100% agoraphobic and unable to function. I’m completely recovered now. I hope to meet you some day so that I can thank you in person. You have had a more positive effect on the quality of my life than anything else.
-Dan from Honey Brook, Pennsylvania
Lucinda, I just preordered your new book. 20+ years ago your skills changed my life! I could barely leave my home…in 20 years, I’ve gone back to school, earned my Master’s Degree, traveled overseas (twice to China) and gotten up every day feeling blessed to be alive. I’ve always wanted to thank you personally…you gave me an amazing gift!
-Melonie from Fairborn, Ohio
On my Miss USA official application and judge’s sheet I answered the Question: If you had the opportunity to sit and have lunch with anyone in the world, who would it be and why? My answer was Lucinda Bassett. Why? Because it would be so gratifying to thank her for the difference she has made in my life and so many others. She is my hero!
–Janet Sutton, Miss Rhode Island USA
I just wanted to say thank you for saving my life. I started having panic attacks when I was 16 years old. You helped me dramatically. I am now 21, and without you, I would not be pursuing my goal of becoming a medical doctor. Thank you, and I wish you well!
-Tyler from Carrollton, Georgia
Lucinda, I have always wanted to thank you! You saved my life after I had my third child. I couldn’t even leave the house, and no one understood my suffering. I found you on a late night commercial! I actually had a terrible setback 3 years ago, after my mom passed away from cancer…I got a life coach, none other than Carolyn Dickman! What a huge blessing she was, and she’s a dear friend now…I would love nothing more than to meet you, and thank you in person. I have referred so many people! Anyway, thank you again. I do believe God made you to do this…
-Jenna from Palmdale, California
THANK YOU so much for your work…it has been such a blessing in my life. As I recover more and more each day, I continue to listen to your techniques and am inspired each day by you, Caroline and all the crew that I love! Feels like I know each of you, and I’m eternally grateful. Thank you, thank you!
-Jen from Littleton, Colorado
…your skills have been a great asset to my life, emotionally and mentally. I have shared [them] with others, who have also had a remarkable change in their lives…Just want to take this time to thank you for what you have deposited into our lives and the lives of others. My boyfriend and I had an idea that you could make a DVD of interviews with those who have battled in their lives…to speak out and be mentors to those who are still battling emotionally with depression and anger problems.
-Latoya from Bronx, New York
You have been such a big help in my life with your books and skills! For a long time in my life, you were my ‘safe’ person. I’ve struggled so much in the last few years with losing my dad, grandmother, uncle and mother, all within 8 months. I’m not sure if I even grieved or know how to. But your resources did do so much for me during that time, and I thank you.
-Terri from Alberta, Canada
You changed my life…actually, saved…you always encourage me. I love you beyond words. Thank you.
-Arrianna from Houston, Texas
As President and Publisher of Psychology Today, I’m exposed to a tremendous amount of material designed to enrich people’s lives. We endorse Lucinda’s work because it’s the best of its kind. I’d highly recommend her to my friends as well as the readers of Psychology Today.
– Lawrence Rose, President Psychology Today
By using Lucinda’s techniques, I began to see that there was light at the end of the tunnel, at least personally. While I couldn’t control all the surroundings, I could certainly control how I reacted to my surroundings. I put these surroundings in perspective and realized that despite the fact that we were faced with this enormous disaster (speaking of Hurricane Katrina) that if I was able to manage my emotions, keep my emotions in check I could not only do my job better as a public servant, but I could also get control of my life and address the situation.
I’m running for Congress and I don’t think I would have ever taken the leap before. I would never have taken that kind of a risk. I’m taking risks now; I’m seeing positive changes in my life. I’m not afraid anymore. I’m not afraid of the day, as I was particularly in the post-Katrina times.
– Tim Burns, Louisiana House of Representatives and 2008 Congressional Candidate
I’ve known Lucinda Bassett for 12 years, and it’s been such a pleasure to me – for me to see how she’s influenced millions of people’s lives over a very short period of time, and I think it’s because she believes in what she does. She’s selfless and thoughtful and really wants to impact their lives in ways that they might know in their heart but may have forgotten, and she helps them get back to that special place inside of them that’s a comforting, balancing place that says, ‘I’m okay. I can handle my day. I can handle tomorrow. I feel good about myself.’
–Margaret McBride, Literary Agent
Lucinda’s someone who started almost at ground zero and she’s come from someone pretty much at the beginning of the tunnel with no light at the end to not only emerging into the light, but being able to shine that line on other people. She is one of the most amazing individuals I’ve ever met. I met her over 20 years ago and I felt an instant connection with her and since that time, our friendship has evolved through business and in a personal sense to the point where I feel like she’s probably one of my best friends, if not my best friend. And I would trust her with anything. If you ever need someone to talk to or if you ever want to explore your own feelings about something, there is no one better than Lucinda Bassett…
-Dr. Philip Fisher