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In episode 49, bereaved father Eric Hodgdon explores how he leads a life of intention in the wake of incredible pain over the death of his daughter, Zoi, who died by suicide. He shares his fond memories of a loving and fun girl who was a sweet, supportive peer to those who knew her. Family, friends, and patients who traveled their mental health path alongside her all remember Zoi as a very special person. 

In his new book, A Sherpa Named Zoi: How to Walk Through Grief, and Live With Intention, Eric shares both his story and helpful tools that he uses to stay the course even when it seems just too difficult. Listeners who are experiencing any type of loss will be able to find something to help, no matter where you are on your grief journey.

He is offering you a gift: The Grief Survival Guide: 8 Essential Tools You Can Use Right Now

Eric is also developing an online course on surviving a loss, which can be found on his website.

About Eric Hodgdon

Eric Hodgdon is a coach, author, speaker, and Zoi’s dad. After losing his 15-year-old daughter Zoi to suicide in early 2014, Eric found a way to get back up, and he is sharing the lessons he learned through his grief journey so no one else has to walk alone on their journey. Eric has trained thousands of people who wanted to know how to navigate some of the most difficult things that we can experience.

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