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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 9, 2019

A few years ago I went through one of the most painful and emotional experiences of my life.  I had an ectopic pregnancy and lost a baby that I wanted so badly. I released a podcast today where I talk about my experience, tell the entire story of what happened, the ambulance ride, the emergency surgery they had to perform, how I lost a fallopian tube, and the emotional roller coaster that I experienced afterwards.

Miscarriage is something I completely misunderstood….until I went through it myself.  This is embarrassing to admit, but I used to remember thinking (when I heard about other women having miscarriages), “well...that’s sad but not as sad as if they lost a REAL baby”.  I now know that the experiences are completely different, but I was so naive back then to how hard the experience really is for a mother.

In this podcast I talk about:

-My own story and experience
-How I went from sad and angry, to thankful, back to sad and angry and feelings of “not fair”
-What my recovery from the surgery was like (might be a bit TMI)
-How my husband (now ex-husband) handled things differently than I did
-The feelings of hatred I had towards my body for letting me down
-The anxiety attacks I experienced afterwards
-The fears I had/have about having any more children and having it happen again
-Tips on what to say and what NOT to say if a friend or loved one has gone through a miscarriage


I hope you tune in. I wish this is a topic that more people openly talked about.  For me, knowing I wasn’t alone in my experience helped me heal and cope so much.

So much love,