In this episode, TWLOHA’s Co-Executive Director Lindsay Kolsch talks with Hannah Brencher about her experience writing love letters to strangers, what it was like to get a diagnosis of depression, and how she’s needed connection in a holistic approach to treating it.
Hannah is a writer, TED speaker, and online educator with a heart for building leaders. Her second book, Come Matter Here, is available now.
“And I think I would just tell her, you're gonna come out of this eventually. And all of this is going to serve a purpose. You going through the woods one day is going to help somebody else come out of the woods.”
We’d like to thank Hannah Brencher for sharing her story with us and Copeland for the original music featured here. Lindsay Kolsch served as our host for this episode, which was produced by Mark Codgen, Claire Biggs and Jennie Armstrong of Lore de Force, Rebecca Ebert, and Chad Michael Snavely.
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