Communication is the key to pretty much anything. From our early years where we learn how to express our most basic needs, to our in our educated lives where we express ideas. It should come as no surprise that we also need to learn how to speak as a way of healing. Today's guest shares her story, her journey, and how she has navigated grief and struggle by opening up and speaking about it.
Patricia de Picciotto was born in Hong Kong from Lebanese parents, then raised in Geneva, Switzerland until she graduated from college with a BA in Marketing and Communication. She then spent a couple of years in London for her GIA and worked in Jewelry. She lived in Sao Paulo, Brazil, for ten years, where she met her husband, had three kids and founded a jewelry line, Pasha Joias. They moved to New York almost seven years ago, where she became an art experiences curator and lives fully all the city has to offer artistically, socially and culturally.
Since the passing of her mom in 2019, Patricia turned to her passion project Neshama Journey, to help and support other grievers through grief coaching.
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