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Awakened Woman Self Care podcast

Oct 10, 2018

In Episode 055 we welcome Justine Froelker and her open, witty style of sharing vulnerability and truth.

Justine Froelker uses her fiery passion, the occasional curse word, and a sense of humor to share her vulnerability and truth to bring light to the world. Justine is an advocate for speaking about shame and learning to thrive when life doesn't turn out how you hoped, dreamed, or planned that it would. Her answer for thriving—honouring the invitation to become what she calls—butterfly soup— in order to be in a place of active acceptance.

Justine is a Licensed Professional Counselor, a Certified Daring Way™ Facilitator with over 19 years of experience, (based on the research of Dr. Brené Brown).

Justine is a speaker, and Professional Network Marketer, who has given two TED x talks—The Donut Effect, and, The Permission of the "And."

She is the author of two best-selling books, Ever Upward,and The Mother of Second Chances.

Justine currently lives in Saint Louis with her husband, Chad, and their three dogs. She enjoys her child-fulllife by spending time with friends and family, practicing creative self-care, laughing (many times at herself) and building butterfly gardens on her acre of land, which has made her — what she terms — an accidental butterfly farmer.

In this episode Justine shares her personal life story, which she no longer calls hard, to illustrate how we can all choose active acceptance when life hands us something we don't want. She shares part of her journey with infertility, and how that has led her to embrace a child-full life, while still honouring the grief she feels. We talk about the metaphor of the butterfly, butterfly soup, and overcoming the "messy middle" practice. Justine also shares some very useful tips from her 66 Day Self Care program (She's offering listeners 50% through link below!)

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