I have something to report from my therapy session. I love therapy. And I think everyone should tell everyone all the things they learn in therapy because therapy is quite expensive. But if everyone can benefit from everyone’s therapy, I feel like it’s a really decent investment. So, recently my smart therapist said this: There […]
I’ve grown up in church my whole life, but if I’m being totally honest, I never really felt like I fit there. I could show up every Sunday morning, help with setup and tear-down, come again on Wednesday night, sign up to volunteer for the different programs, etc. But at the end of the day, I never really felt like myself when I was doing those things. I wished I wanted to do the things I was doing. But the God-honest truth was: I was forcing it.
When it’s time to write, my mind quickly finds a reason not to sit down and face the terror of the blank page. Normally, these distractions come in the form of odds and ends I convince myself must be taken care of before I sit down to do my work.
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