Episode 183: Sarah Bragg



Today, I want to have a conversation with you about where we are in life. If you have ever felt stuck where you are and unhappy with how life has turned out, then this episode is for you. I talk about how powerful acceptance is—accepting where you are and who you are. And how acceptance starts by naming what reality you are resisting.

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Small Group Questions:

  • Have you ever had the feeling that you were supposed to be somewhere else in life by this point? When was that and where did you hope to be?

  • What emotions do you experience when you feel this way?

  • What helps you to move forward and find acceptance when you feel disappointed and stuck?

  • What does it look like when you go to war with reality?

  • What are you resisting?

  • What would it take to help you have a sense of onward?

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