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In this episode of the Personality Hacker podcast, Joel and Antonia talk with Personality Life Path coach Jonathan Hardin about dying well & lessons learned from his years as an ENFJ hospice nurse.


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  • Andrew
    • Andrew
    • October 14, 2023 at 10:00 am


    I too work in Palliative Care as a physician, it was good to hear Jonathan’s experience and I recognise all that he sad.

    I have found the years of PH podcasts very helpful in my work. I have found that by getting deeper into type and also the other frameworks that you have brought, helps unlock issues and helps get to a point of transcendence that meets people’s authentic selves.

    Thank you for bringing this to the world.

  • Jamara
    • Jamara
    • October 11, 2023 at 5:40 pm

    Apologies this will be long!

    Thank you so much for this episode! I’m a student of many sources of wisdom-esoteric, psycho spiritual, etc. One of the metaphysical sciences I enjoy is Cardology. This is a system which operates as a calendar, assigning a playing card to every day of the year. Months and weeks are also ruled by specific cards. Last week was an A♠️ week which is tied to Scorpionic things, such as death and secrets. Death was on my mind heavy. Mainly because my deceased mother has been on my mind so much lately.

    My mother utilized hospice services towards the end of her life. Honestly, she didn’t take full advantage of everything and really preferred I be her primary caregiver. I ended up quitting my then job and taking the reins of her health management. This, coupled with the hospice nurse visiting, allowed me a glimpse into a new world. The depth and significance of how we send our loved ones off and prepare them, the acceptance. It’s humbling and awe-inspiring at once.

    This episode was refreshing and comforting. I’ve long held the idea that grief is a great part of our journey as humans. I loved the quote about us all being plucked flowers. I will be using that as inspiration in upcoming art and poetry. LOVE how deep you guys dig. It was different for you guys yet really not off base. I appreciate it. :)

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