Letting go can be the most powerful -and the scariest - thing we can learn to do. But when we can discern the difference between helpful support and debilitating "helpfulness" we not only begin to free up our own emotional resources, but we empower the ones we love as well.
How the Light Gets In is hosted by Julie Scipioni, co-author of the bestselling novel series for women titled, Iris & Lily.
Julie Scipioni, co-author of the bestselling novel series,Iris & Lily discusses how Midge Maisel, the title character from the Amazon series, is teaching her to speak truth and to give others the liberty to laugh with it, bristle at it, cry about it, deny it, love her, or hate her for it. But to speak it. Without reservation or apology, though perhaps with greater discernment and fewer cuss words than Midge.
Find your voice. Climb up on your platform. Be a truth-teller.
Scars tell stories. Physical scars tell the story of our accidents and surgeries. But the scars that no one can see - those of our spiritual and emotional battles - tell the stories of courage, faith, and hope. Telling our stories to each other demolishes the isolation, shame, and fear that keeps us stuck in our troubles.
How the Light Gets In calls for the end of perfection and invites you to dance in the light that comes in through the cracks of your life.
There’s a song lyric by the late songwriter Leonard Cohen that says, “Ring the bells that still can ring / Forget your perfect offering / There is a crack in everything / That’s how the light gets in
Julie Scipioni, co-author of the bestselling novel series, Iris & Lily is your host. Through How the Light Gets In, Julie explores cracks in all their mysterious and troubling forms and uses them to help us find our way to a more meaningful, compassionate - and even humorous - life experience.