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Salon Owner’s Unexpected Breakthrough During Lockdown

In the traditional Japanese art of kintsugi, artisans fill the cracks in broken pottery with gold or silver, transforming damaged pieces into something more beautiful than they were when new. Post-traumatic growth is like kintsugi for the heart.

The theory of post-traumatic growth suggests that people can emerge from trauma or adversity having achieved positive personal growth. It’s a comforting idea in the best of times. But it holds particular appeal as we live through a pandemic that’s upending lives for people around the globe.

In this video, world renowned beauty mentor Elle Wilson talks to TrueBrow™ certified salon owner Nguyet McFetridge about how the pandemic transformed her by challenging her core beliefs and causing them to become different than they were before.



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