41 min

Natasha Aujla The Divorce Social

    • Relationships

TW: Baby death/Miscarriage
"I called and said I'm going to come back and he said, no you're not, this isn't your house anymore- I'm divorcing you"- Natasha Aujla
Writer Natasha Aujla joins Samantha Baines to talk about dealing with the death of her newborn son and then being asked for a divorce eight days later. Natasha discusses her journey with forgiveness and how logical thinking aided her recovery. They both discuss going to weddings after a divorce and the emotional rollercoaster they went through. Natasha talks about the importance of her Sikh religion and how she felt growing up in a South Asian community and the cultural expectations that come with it.
Natashas blog and Instagram: blusabar.com / @Blusabar
Follow us on twitter and instagram: @divorcepod & @samanthabaines

Email: thedivorcesocial@gmail.com

Transcripts can be found at www.thedivorcesocial.com
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TW: Baby death/Miscarriage
"I called and said I'm going to come back and he said, no you're not, this isn't your house anymore- I'm divorcing you"- Natasha Aujla
Writer Natasha Aujla joins Samantha Baines to talk about dealing with the death of her newborn son and then being asked for a divorce eight days later. Natasha discusses her journey with forgiveness and how logical thinking aided her recovery. They both discuss going to weddings after a divorce and the emotional rollercoaster they went through. Natasha talks about the importance of her Sikh religion and how she felt growing up in a South Asian community and the cultural expectations that come with it.
Natashas blog and Instagram: blusabar.com / @Blusabar
Follow us on twitter and instagram: @divorcepod & @samanthabaines

Email: thedivorcesocial@gmail.com

Transcripts can be found at www.thedivorcesocial.com
Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/thedivorceclub.

See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

41 min