Today is a very raw and honest solo episode as a reflection on three years without my dad, Greg Jordan. On this exact day, July 13th—three years ago—my dad succumbed to his prostate cancer.

Your gain today is to get to know my dad a little better, but also to sit in on a very real and honest conversation about the pain around losing a father or father figure. I’m talking about how I’m feeling, what I’m thinking, the hardest parts about being three years out from his death, and what I’ve learned since he died. 

Whether or not you’ve lost a father specifically, I have no doubt some of the things I’ll say or get into in this episode will be really relatable for you. And, I think these milestones are important to acknowledge and reflect back on. If this can help anyone else out there today, or help you feel less alone, that’s my goal!

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