Sep 6, 2017
Tracey Lewis-Stoeckel's life was upended when her husband surprised her with divorce. She and her kids were forced out of their home one week before Christmas and Tracey was shortly faced with leaving a job that she loved to take care of them. We're talking about the habits, mantras, and music that helps us rebuild. Also on the show, I answer a listener question about the illusion of closure. And I call out friends and family who are intellectualizing your grief.
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