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#214 How to Feel Like You Belong | David Trig


https://davidtrig.files.wordpress.com/2017/10/ep-214.mp3 To listen to the podcast click on the link or listen on iTunes here or Stitcher on Android here.

In this Episode: Once I was told by a fellow parent at our kids school tell me “are you some kind of Renaissance man or something?” I didn’t know how to take that, should I be offended or was that a compliment? 412 more words

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Welcome to the Wilderness

Battling depression a year ago, I felt like I was plagued by the issues that I was dealing with inside. I did not understand what was going on in my head and my heart pleaded with God to remove it from me. 1,104 more words

Book binging

The book binge continues.  High calories for the mind!  In the past month I’ve read three more self-development books.

“The One Thing: Surprisingly Simple Truths behind Extraordinary Performance” opened my mind to the importance of blocking time.   719 more words

Cross the Line

Cross the line if you’re a female.

Crosses. 

Cross the line if your parents are divorced.

Crosses.

Cross the line if you have cried in the last week. 1,501 more words

Just Be Not Ok

“Just be not ok, Heather.” Were some of the most freeing words I’ve heard. In the midst of learning a language for a few months and feeling like I was never going to reach a point of fluency –it was a constant feeling of inadequacy, humility, and weakness. 413 more words

Own Thoughts

Haiku Journal Day 85 -Mistakes Happen

Made a big mistake
Felt very little shame though
Errors are not me

Day was way better
Normally I would panic
Armed and lashing out… 12 more words

Haiku Journal

Life lessons from "The Gifts of Imperfection: Let Go of Who You Think You're Supposed to Be and Embrace Who You Are" by Brene Brown.

  1. Courage (Cor: The Latin word for the heart) means to speak one’s mind by telling all one’s heart. Or putting vulnerability in line owning our stories and loving ourselves throughout the process is the bravest thing that we will ever do.
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