What is grief, how does it manifest in our lives, and how can we best process it? How does one deal with the loss of both their parents in their early adult years? What are the costs of ignoring grief and trying to power through?
Jenn M Choi is a real human who is passionate about creating impact at scale. As a Writer, Speaker, and Content Creator she tells inspirational personal stories and shares practical life + work lessons to empower people. As an Empowerment Coach, she empowers real humans to make BIG ASS changes and design the life + work they dream of. She’s also the Founder of a marketing communications consultancy.
Her big dream is to finish writing a memoir on her journey of self-love through the grief of losing both parents. Originally from San Francisco, she’s now cozily settled in Berlin.
In this raw and insightful episode, we discuss everything from Jenn’s personal relationship with her parents, what it was like to lose them in her late twenties/early thirties, all the way up to reflections on what might happen after death and the importance of having a strong support network.
Jenn’s website: jennmchoi.com
Social media @jennmchoi
What’s your Grief? Blog (mentioned in the episode)
Modern Loss – Candid Conversation about Grief (mentioned in the episode)
Option B – Sheryl Sandberg (book mentioned in the episode)