Today we have truly one of the sweetest souls I’ve had the pleasure of speaking with on the podcast so far! Tina Hoang is a recovering people pleaser, podcaster, and inner child healer. She strives to ensure that women have the space to choose themselves and share their courageous stories.
Whether it’s changing how you are perceived within a family dynamic, leaving a comfortable 9-5, advocating for yourself when someone is being rude, and beyond. She empowers others to dive within themselves to heal their inner child, and play more often as adults! Who doesn’t need that, right?
When it comes to her grief, after losing her very first sweet dog and multiple people around her, she has learned not to fear death and so much more about what navigating death, grief, and loss entails. Her story is not only heart-wrenching (tears were shed in this episode, guys), but it’s incredibly motivating and eye-opening. There is probably SO much you’ll be able to relate to here, and I know this episode will kick your mindset into an entirely new and very uplifted gear if you’re struggling to find the joy in life again.
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Speaking of support, guidance, and more help, I’ve got just the thing! My brand new Intentional Life After Loss membership (coming November 2023!) will be right up your alley. This is a membership designed to take you from simply existing and surviving in your grief after the death of a loved one to truly living and thriving.
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If you’re in the early stages of grief right now, this might feel daunting and overwhelming. I hear you! It’s not about “getting over it” and “moving on”. It’s about trusting yourself, the process, and growing around your grief and giving yourself grace as you move forward. Acknowledging that your loss will always be with you, but doing so in a way that’s easy to digest and is all about the baby steps—in a way that isn’t daunting or too much too fast. It’s about building around your pain. It’s supporting yourself on this long, crazy journey with a sense of community alongside the perfect tools to help you!