By Cleo Wade
I recently got the opportunity to meet Cleo Wade when she hosted me on the Goop Podcast (your can listen to our episode here). We hit it off instantly. It was very apparent to me early on that she was one of those people who is just a beacon of light to everyone she encounters. By no surprise to me, she recently released a new book, about extending love to yourself and others, but especially in times of hardship. Learn more about her book, Remember Love: Words for tender times and give it read. I love a good audio book, but this is one I couldn’t wait to read!
From the beloved, New York Times bestselling author of Heart Talk, a collection of prose and poetry that explores how we can find light in periods of lostness, love for ourselves after heartbreak, okay-ness in the midst of change, and strength in letting go.
How do we find steadiness within ourselves in the midst of dizzying personal and global change?
At a time when many of us feel overwhelmed by fear and isolation, Cleo Wade’s Remember Love offers intimate, uplifting words that anchor, nurture, and make us feel less alone.
She shares that the heart work we do for ourselves is not done to avoid the tough stuff—periods of lostness, self-doubt, depression, grief, heartbreak, and anxiety. Wade instead suggests that to live is to get lost, and it’s our task, our great privilege, to learn to love ourselves so that we can handle these periods and our discomfort does not block our healing. Remember Love reminds us that lostness is not our permanent state but a starting point for self-discovery, connection, and growth.
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