In light of everyday tribulations and grief, in addition to dealing with massive and unusual pain –like the deadly massacres in Charleston and Pulse nightclub in Orlando, I’m taking a fresh look at dealing with and climbing back from trauma. To guide me through it, is 9/11 widow, mom, cancer survivor, and entrepreneur Lisa Lindeman Luckett. Luckett has been through it on a massive scale when she lost her husband Edward “Teddy” Luckett in the attacks on the World Trade Center and later when she battled back from cancer. She’s giving us all things to think about as people–maybe you–try to heal and restore from traumas big and small.
Click the media players below to listen to the soon-to-be author, share some words of comfort as a guide.
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