[Wild Cozy Truth 43] Public Education, Chronic Illness, and a Lot of Grace with Tiffany Patterson


The June book of the month has been announced and we’re reading FICTION this month! If you love The Handmaid’s Tale, you have to join us while we read The Power by Naomi Alderman. The Pamper Package is sponsored by Peney Cakes, so you’ll also receive some sweet treats and recipe cards when you sign up! Pamper Packages are limited to snag one ASAP. You can join us at any time, though! If you’ve already read this book that made President Obama’s book list for 2017 and the New York Times’ Best Books of 2017 list, we’d love to have you join us for discussion, support, and shenanigans throughout the month, too! Join at the general membership level to get access to all the community-building, sisterhood-strengthening, group coaching all month long. Learn more at wildcozytruth.com/bookclub
I adore Tiffany Patterson, today’s guest and one of the hosts of the podcast Get Caught Up. Tiffany is an ESL teacher in the New York public school system and a fierce proponent of millennial women’s empowerment. In this interview, we cover everything from March for Our Lives and generational differences between millennials and Gen Z, to her experience living with MS and the grief that accompanies the diagnosis of chronic illness.
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