Rebekah Gregory on Helplessness, The Fierceness of a Mother's Love, and Surviving the Boston Marathon Bombings
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In this episode, TTJ(es) have the privilege of sitting down for a heart to heart with nationally recognized speaker, author of Taking My Life Back, and podcast host of The Rebekah Gregory Show, ( Rebekah Gregory.

Almost seven years ago, TO THE DAY, Rebekah was attending the Boston Marathon as a spectator, with her five year old son, Noah, when a terrorist attack changed her life, her body, and the way she saw the world, forever.
In this very candid conversation, Rebekah takes us back to that day, why she was there in the first place and talks to us about 'the obligation to be grateful.' Rebekah gets really honest about what it's like to survive survival so publicly, finding purpose in the tragedy, and picking up the pieces of a life you never expected to live.

Rebekah brings an approachable inspiration with her optimism, honesty and laughter.

Show Notes:

Rebekah Gregory is a nationally recognized public speaker & author whose life was forever changed due to the bombings at the Boston Marathon on April 15, 2013. This act of terrorism may have claimed her leg, but it could not claim her spirit. Since then, Rebekah has used her platform in a huge way by traveling all over the country speaking out against evil, and encouraging people to turn their obstacles into opportunities.

In 2017, Rebekah had her first book "Taking My Life Back" published. Shortly after, she launched Rebekah's Angels Foundation, which she and her husband created to fund mental health treatment for children and families suffering from trauma.

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