Nancy Diehl, the Founder of Live to Love to Live®, is passionate about teaching children and adolescents the power of accepting, forgiving and loving themselves before they are faced with important choices in life. Teen Live to Love to Live® meetings first began in Nantucket, MA in January of 2016.  Several months later, a teen group began in Madison, NJ. Both continue successfully to this date and new groups have started in New Canaan, Ridgefield, and Wilton. Live to Love to Live® has programs designed for various ages and levels of anxiety and depression. All are unique, powerful, effective, and life changing. 

 

Nancy resides in Wilton Connecticut with her two teenage daughters. She is a graduate of Wilton High School and Skidmore College where she received a B.S. in Business Administration. After graduating from Skidmore College, she worked for 11 years in various aspects of Marketing. In 1992, she moved to Nantucket Island in Massachusetts where she ran a Bed and Breakfast, married, and eventually started a family. During her 17 years in Nantucket, she became close to those in the community and reached out to many offering them life changing love and hope. 

 

Nancy is also the Creator and President of Love Sees®, a unique collection of sterling silver jewelry designed to carry the message that Love is an action. Additionally, she is the author of the Love Sees® Gift Book, communicating a life changing message of Love. Go to www.lovesees.com for more information. 10% of Love Sees® proceeds are donated to teen suicide prevention and awareness.

 

Nancy is an Inspirational and Motivational Speaker available to speak at schools, conferences, corporations, and groups. You may contact her at nancy@livetolovetolive.org.

 

 

To join or start a group in your

community or school or for individual sessions, contact us at

508-901-1147 or

contact@livetolovetolive.org

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Live to Love to Live® is a Connecticut Non Profit Corporation exempt from Federal Income Tax under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code