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57: Why You Must Share Your Stories: I have recently shared.  A lot.     I’ve told the long story of our IVF journey and ultimately, our IVF failure.    In the process I have learned a lot about the power of sharing our stories.     Sharing stories: *...

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I have recently shared.  A lot.     I’ve told the long story of our IVF journey and ultimately, our IVF failure.    In the process I have learned a lot about the power of sharing our stories.     Sharing stories: * Connects us * Creates bonds where there was not one * Is cathartic and therapeutic * Creates a more empathetic culture * Humanizes everyone * Allows us to not be alone * Destigmatizes all sorts of conditions – infertility, addiction, mental health, death, sex, loss, grief At the end of the day, my life is made up of many stories… My podcast is part of my story. My gym is part of my story. My marriage is part of my story.  My child is part of my story. Divorce is part of my story. Family Estrangement is part of my story. Body image struggle is part of my story. Infertility is part of my story. IVF failure is part of my story. In most cases, the deepest connections I make with other people are from struggles I have shared, not because of a perfect image I have conveyed.   Listen in to this episode to learn how you can start sharing just a little bit more in order to create better relationships, and attract the people you want to attract.  I also share a very powerful excerpt from Carry On, Warrior by Glennon Doyle Melton that I think every woman should hear.    Links Mentioned:   My personal Facebook profile:   

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