When Theodore Roosevelt was just 24 years old, he lost his mother and his wife on the same day just three days after the birth of his first child.
Theodore experienced the loss of his brother Elliot less than ten years later to alcoholism.
Despite the immensity of these losses, Roosevelt was not broken by them. Instead, he pushed forward on his work, became a noted author, a politician, and eventually, President of the United States.
This episode explores the good and bad lessons we can take from Theodore Roosevelt for how we deal with our own loss in this life.