Suleika Jaouad is a writer, advocate, and motivational speaker.
Navigating life with an illness takes on its own identity. And getting well means a reintroduction to the world. Suleika Jaouad wrote the New York Times column “Life, Interrupted” and is the creator of the Isolation Journals, a global project cultivating creativity and community during challenging times. She joins host Krys Boyd to talk about the cancer that left her fighting for life at a young age and how she’s reimagined what the future holds now that she’s cancer-free. Her book is called “Between Two Kingdoms: A Memoir of a Life Interrupted.”
S6 E11: In this episode, meet science writer Tessa Miller, former NFL center Jason Brown, and Emmy Award-winning writer Suleika Jaouad. Whether it's living with chronic illness, finding a spiritual center, or navigating the rocky terrain between "sickness" and "health," each of these authors has written a memoir about moving through tough places. Go behind the mic to hear what it was like for them to read their audiobooks, and what surprised them most about the recording process. What Doesn't Kill You by Tessa Miller: Centered by Jason Brown with Paul Asay: Between Two Kingdoms by Suleika Jaouad:
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