Mar 1, 2018
It's so important to feel our shit. But Katie Scoggins had no idea HOW important until multiple car accidents gave her two concussions and a permanently altered brain. We're talking about how hard it is to let go of our "always in control" mentality and why we need to break down our resistance to difficult, raw, and unexpected emotions. Also this week, I'm doing my most swear-word-filled top of the show yet, called "I'm an Asshole; You're an Asshole: Forming Proper Apologies in Grief."
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