A Playful Heart Meets Grief

It might seem counterintuitive to have a conversation about play and grief. We often associate play with frivolity, silliness and escape. But what we learn from this conversation with Sabrina Must is that a playful approach to life can take us deeper and more in touch with who we really are, even in periods of deep grief and loss.

Sabrina’s book, Must Girls Love, is her memoir on the suicide death of her sister. This episode goes deep and for some, it might touch on aspects of life and grief you’d rather not think about. But if you’ve experienced devastating loss, as Sabrina has, you might find this a refreshingly honest conversation. If you haven’t, there’s something in it for you as well. It’s a window into the hearts and minds of our friends who we might be called upon to hold space for and comfort in times of sorrow.

Sabrina Must is an author, blogger and speaker who unapologetically shares about her life to inspire you to share your story, live more honestly, and have more fun! Joys and struggles, it’s all here. And she holds true to this throughout our conversation.

We hope you enjoy it!

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