Feb 19, 2020
At the age of six, Tammy Faulds was diagnosed with cancer. Her yearly visits to an oncology office are a regular reminder that she’s going to die one day, and before that happens, she wants to live a life she’s proud of. This week, Tammy and I are talking about how Western society equates death with failure, how we can use our own mortality and our deathbed regrets as motivators to live how we actually want to live, and how feminizing grief can help us honor its cycles and seasons of light and dark.
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