When something bad happens the first thing we think of is who is at fault? We are quick to point fingers, cast blame, and play the victim. But true maturity is being able to accept responsibility for our messes and mistakes, and have the courage to hold others accountable for when their actions impact us. In this week's podcast Bethany shares her funny story on how blaming the lawn mower isn't going to fix the problem.
Have you ever found yourself in the midst of joy and a hopeful situation and all of the sudden your thoughts shift to the anticipation of doom and gloom... "Something bad must be about ready to happen"!?! Ugh! I hate that! Author and speaker, Brene Brown, talks about this in several of her books as foreboding joy. Others say it's waiting for the other shoe to drop. In this week's podcast Bethany shares how vulnerability is key to living in joy, even in the midst of possibly unpleasant situations.
Joy and happiness are so closely related, yet joy runs much deeper than bright smiling faces. Listen as Bethany shares how true joy is more than boxes, ribbons, and bows.
I want to be the real authentic me in every situation of my life; whether with family or friends, on the job, at church, volunteering, etc. To be comfortable in my own skin; to agree to disagree; to love wholeheartedly; to let people in to a deeper me; to be vulnerable; full of joy; real... Continue Reading →