51 min

3.01: Caring for Yourself as an Act of Rebellion with Mira Mariah The Point of Pain

    • Self-Improvement

We’re officially in a new decade and a new season of the podcast!
I wanted to start season three of The Point of Pain with Mira Mariah because she is someone I admire so much and she is breaking through ceilings I didn’t even realize were there.
Mira is an amazing tattoo artist (in fact, she’s Ariana Grande’s tattoo artist!), a mother, a former speaker at Chronicon, and an amazing woman who has been featured in places like Allure, Nylon, Refinery29, etc. She also happens to have only one leg.
In this episode, we discuss why I was blown away by Mira when I first discovered her, the experiences that shaped Mira into the bold person she is today, why we need to break the cycle of isolation that many people with disabilities or chronic illnesses experience, why she focuses on the solutions to a problem and not the cause, what it’s like to be a mother as a disabled woman, the profound recent loss of a beautiful spirit and disability advocate that she was blessed to be able to call her friend, and so much more!
 
To learn more, visit the show notes.
 
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We’re officially in a new decade and a new season of the podcast!
I wanted to start season three of The Point of Pain with Mira Mariah because she is someone I admire so much and she is breaking through ceilings I didn’t even realize were there.
Mira is an amazing tattoo artist (in fact, she’s Ariana Grande’s tattoo artist!), a mother, a former speaker at Chronicon, and an amazing woman who has been featured in places like Allure, Nylon, Refinery29, etc. She also happens to have only one leg.
In this episode, we discuss why I was blown away by Mira when I first discovered her, the experiences that shaped Mira into the bold person she is today, why we need to break the cycle of isolation that many people with disabilities or chronic illnesses experience, why she focuses on the solutions to a problem and not the cause, what it’s like to be a mother as a disabled woman, the profound recent loss of a beautiful spirit and disability advocate that she was blessed to be able to call her friend, and so much more!
 
To learn more, visit the show notes.
 
Want to continue the love-fest? Follow me on Instagram!

51 min

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