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Nada Hogan: Finding Strength After Experiencing Loss

Ep. 7

How do you move forward from loss? 


At some point in our lives, we all experience the loss of a loved one. Even if you have the time to prepare your heart and mind, it’s difficult to ever really feel prepared for such a tragic experience. 


In this episode, Nada Hogan shares her own story of loss: her daughter. During a time of absolute desperation in her life, she lost her daughter in a tragic accident. Throughout that experience, she found new passions and a way to create a platform to help others through the loss of a loved one. Now, Nada enthusiastically teaches how to navigate through the pain and immobilization from the loss of a loved one, how to access your body’s wisdom, and how to head back into the world boldly and enthusiastically. 


So tune in to learn how to live an audaciously succulent life after experiencing loss. 


Some Questions I Ask: 

  • Tell us about the loss of your daughter and how you’ve managed to respond to it. (3:50)
  • How did you decide to turn your experience into a platform for helping others? (11:41)
  • How can someone deal with the loss of a loved one? (18:04)
  • How did you get to where you are today? (22:36)
  • What do you do for fun? (28:00)


In This Episode, You Will Learn: 

  • How Nada found her inner strength after experiencing trauma. (10:15)
  • Why Nada decided to pursue acupuncture and transformational coaching. (13:48)
  • About the difference between having prepared for the death of a loved one and feeling prepared for that loss. (16:42)
  • Why Nada experiences fulfillment through her work. (26:48)
  • How to connect with Nada. (30:35)


Connect with Nada Hogan: 

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