Justine Musk is a writer of fiction + nonfiction, a speaker of two TEDx talks and a divorced feminist mother of 5 boys (who are awesome). Her work has been published by Penguin, Simon + Schuster and Marie Claire, among others; an answer she wrote about self-made billionaires on quora.com went viral and received attention in the New York Times. She blogs at www.justinemusk.com about how we can learn from what’s inside us to live with depth, speak art to power and tell the stories that will transform the culture. In today’s episode, Justine and I discuss how telling and healing our story is essential to ending emotional eating and how to not lose your voice when it gets hard. We also talk about how Justine survived the online vitriol that came when her divorce to Elon Musk went public and why creativity is one of the most important prescriptions to discovering and expressing your story.