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Fear in a time of uncertainty

Posted by Kenetha Stanton on

Fear in a time of uncertainty
What if fear doesn't have to be the inevitable outcome of facing uncertainty? In today's post, I suggest that there is indeed another possibility that is much more life-giving.

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Practicing lovingkindness in broken places

Posted by Kenetha Stanton on

Practicing lovingkindness in broken places
This season of so much social distancing provides a perfect space for this practice of loving-kindness to work toward healing the broken relationships in our lives and to spread loving-kindness to the world around us at large. Will you join me in making this a daily practice during this challenging time?

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Checking your self-sabotaging patterns

Posted by Kenetha Stanton on

Checking your self-sabotaging patterns
All of the patterns we engage in are things that once helped us in some way, but that doesn't mean that they remain helpful here and now. It's important to pay attention to these patterns as we become aware of them and assess whether they are still helpful.

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What's your kryptonite?

Posted by Kenetha Stanton on

What's your kryptonite?
We all have our kryptonite, those things that drain us of strength and leave us less able to handle certain situations. Knowing and honoring our own idiosyncratic limits enables us to be kinder to ourselves and others so that we have to more to give in the long run.

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Lessons from brokenness

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Lessons from brokenness
Pain is one of life's greatest teachers, but it can teach us lessons of fear or lessons of love. Which ones do you focus on? How do you tell the difference?

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