Welcome to an inspiring episode with my friend, Beth Caldwell. Beth is a mom of two, a former civil rights lawyer, and a blogger who lives in Seattle. In 2014, at age 37, Beth found a lump during a breast self-exam, which turned out to be metastatic cancer already in her bones. You’ll appreciate Beth’s genuine honesty about our topic today: as parents of young children, how do we deal with illness, trauma, death, and loss? What do we tell them? How much is TOO MUCH for them to handle? You don’t want to miss this conversation, so join us!
What you’ll hear in this episode:
What does “joyful courage” mean to Beth? “Courage is not an absence of fear; it’s being afraid and doing it anyway.”
"The Cat is Out of the Bag" Beth's son finds out she will die of her cancer
The Cancer that Wouldn’t Go Away by Hadassa Field
I Still Just Want to Pee Alone (series by Jen Mann and others, including Beth!)
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