In this episode, we welcome Gabrielle Stone, an American author, actress, dancer and director. After the rug was vigorously pulled out from under her when her husband’s affair came to light, she found herself falling into the arms of another man. After a second failed attempt at love and a massive heartbreak, she decided that instead of landing flat on her ass—she’d make a career out of it. And so came the birth of the book Eat, Pray, #FML, where she shared all the mistakes, all the lessons, and most importantly, how she became a fearless leader from it all. When fans around the world demanded more, the highly anticipated sequel, The Ridiculous Misadventures of a Single Girl, and the podcast FML Talk were born—and Gabrielle soon realized that her broken heart had bloomed a movement.
This episode is all about turning heartbreak into power
We also chat with Gabrielle about:
- How the trauma and heartbreak of divorce and loss can shape you as a person
- Reclaiming your power after giving pieces of yourself away
- Learning how to be okay by yourself
- How to moving forward when you’re scared to start over
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