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How are women like us actually living up to the pressure to balance everything, to have it together physically, emotionally, and financially?

The truth is most of us don't.

Perfection is a myth we all fail.

While raising babies and growing seven figure businesses online I spent years helping women look at these three areas in their life, being strong physically, emotionally, and financially.

But how, does someone learn to actually do that? This podcast is here to give you the answer.

Join me as I pull back the curtain and talk about the things that nobody usually talks about. Where I share my real raw stories and give you tangible strategies on ways you can work through some of the same vulnerable issues we all face.

My name is Natalie Hodson and welcome to the Pulling Back the Curtain Podcast.

 

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May 23, 2019

This was such a special podcast I recorded with my dad and sister.  It might be my #1 favorite podcast so far. Fair warning….you might want tissues!

My little sister, Erica, was diagnosed with a rare form of Leukemia when she was just 3 years old. In this podcast, we brought my dad in to retell the story of what our family went through during this time (I was just 8 years old so don’t remember a lot of the details).

They both went into detail on:

-What it was like for him emotionally to find out his first-born child had been diagnosed with cancer.

-The treatment the hospital in the United States had her do.  

-A spiritual experience, high fever, and dream that Erica had that he believes contributed to her remission.

-Explanation of why they chose to bring Erica to Mexico for treatment and what forms of treatment they performed in Mexico.

-What it was physically like for Erica to go through this experience and how that has impacted her physical and mental health for the rest of her life.

We all started crying at various points while we recorded this podcast.  I know so many of us have been impacted by cancer, and I hope that sharing this story can bring us all closer together.

So much love,

Natalie