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#145: WHAT TO DO WHEN YOU FEEL LIKE WHAT YOU DO DOESN’T MATTER

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WHAT TO DO WHEN YOU FEEL
LIKE WHAT YOU DO DOESN’T MATTER
EPISODE #145:
 

In this week's episode we're chatting about:

What to do when you feel like what you do doesn't matter
5 ways you can break out of a foggy funk 
A poignant way to always remember that you really do matter and that what you do does make a difference in this world, whether you can see the direct results of it or not

 

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ONTO THE CONTENT: 

 

One of the promises I made to myself when I followed the calling on my heart to be a writer - and when I discovered freedom from the dark depths of my eating disorder - was that I would always be willing to talk about what others are unwilling to talk about.  I will be a shameless truth-teller and I won't ever apologize for it.  I spent too many years feeling isolated, alone, and misunderstood, not knowing that there were thousands of others who were struggling with the same issues, insecurities and questions as I was to not share my story.  It seemed that no one was talking about what needed to be talked about, and as a result, I bought into the lie that I really was messed up beyond salvaging.  The truth is that we all walk through challenges, fears, insecurities, trauma, brok

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