Today on the show I’m talking to Leisse Wilcox, professional human and real-life adult. Leisse and I discuss mindset and creating a life that you want, and how these were the keys to her positive breast cancer journey. You’ve never heard mindset discussed like this before! We get into how it can be used not just to heal ourselves, but to dismantle (or uphold) systems of oppression.

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What we discussed: 

What is brand therapy
Leisse’s breast cancer journey
The importance of radical acceptance
Body literacy and teaching body advocacy
How we continually develop and being awakened at 40
Creating a life that feels good for you
Media literacy and Instagram vs reality
Mastectomies and breast reconstruction
How making her life beautiful helped Leisse take control
How telling kids about difficult things can help adults process their grief
Emotional alchemy
How chemo affects periods

Connect with Leisse:

Weekly Love Letter Subscription
Instagram
Pinterest
YouTube
Online Course: First, Love Yourself – Six Weeks to Self-Love (Listeners can use code FLOW15 at checkout for a special rate on the course!)

Resources mentioned in this episode: 

Heavy Flow: Breaking the Curse of Menstruation
Kelly Diels on Heavy Flow Podcast
Rethink Breast Cancer
Anatomy of the Spirit
Couples Tune-Up Course from House & Hook
Brooke Castillo – The Life Coach School
CBC article about

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Produced by: TK Matunda
Music credit: Julia and Bradley of Home Studios
Graphic Design: Rachel Laird