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Every Body Holds A Story Podcast

Feb 16, 2022

In this episode, Sue and Marsha are sharing some tips on what to do when life is completely throwing you challenges, personal, health, family, and how can you still show up as your best self? As humans we are carrying a lot right now, we are humans having an unbelievable experience, holding a ton of different emotions, and some days it can be hard to be a human right now. 

In this episode we discuss:

1) The importance of compassion and if you haven’t heard from a friend in a while, don’t jump to conclusions, judgements or make it about you.  Instead reach out, connect, hold space with no expectations. We can all be part of the ripple effect and humans need more and more support.

2) “You are the sum of the 5 people you surround yourself with”, Jim Rohn.  This is financially, spiritually, relationships, growth, etc. You can choose who you surround yourself with and be open to brand new relationships.  Don’t be afraid to surround yourself with people who will challenge you and call you out as needed.

3) The only constant is change, yet as humans we constantly resist this.  Since we are under constant change and difficult experiences, where can we intentionally reach out to others and offer support or kindness? 

4) Upcoming over the next few weeks we will be interviewing a number of our authors on the podcast and sending in Every Body Holds A Story Volume 1 into the editor.   We are so proud of the journey these authors have come through in sharing their story.  Pre-sales will be coming for Volume 1 very soon.  Applications are being submitted for Volume 2, and the Brain Health Edition, if you feel called to apply, the application is below or reach out to us on social media to apply. 

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