Episode 109: Are you abandoning yourself?
When there’s a battle between your head and your heart, which one wins?
And how does that make you feel about yourself?
Resources & References
Related episodes & posts:
The moment you’re faced with uncertainty
Where self-judgment comes from
The rules inside your head
What is indecision costing you?
The fear of missing out (aka fomo)
Glennon Doyle Melton
Glennon Doyle Melton’s post on Instagram
“In my thirties, I learned that there is a type of pain in life that I want to feel. It’s the inevitable, excruciating, necessary pain of losing beautiful things: trust, dreams, health, animals, relationships, people. This kind of pain is the price of love, the cost of living a brave, openhearted life—and I’ll pay it.
There is another kind of pain that comes from not losing beautiful things but from never even trying for them. I’ve felt that kind of pain in my life. I recognize it on others’ faces. It’s the pain of a woman who has slowly abandoned herself.”
—Glennon Doyle Melton