You’re worth taking care of! As women, we all need permission to fill our tanks and prioritize our wellbeing, right? Learn how to combat the stress of constantly comparing yourself to who you wish you were or what others want you to be. Take better care of yourself, so you can find your spark again with God!
I’m kicking off a SPECIAL PODCAST SERIES ON SOUL CARE to give you permission to take better care of yourself – which will lead to taking care of others in your life better too. Because as you get filled, it’ll be like a river naturally flowing out!
Learn practical soul care tips for the week & get inspired with God’s Word! Take a #coffeebreakforyoursoul with me & my friend Amanda Bauer! I’m so excited ‘cuz good convo is soul goodness! ??TOPICS Amanda & I talk about:
• ??break the cycle of overthinking & do what inspires you
. how stop comparing yourself & start taking better care of you
• ?why real life conversations are powerful and how they heal you
• ?why how you feel is important and how to lift your mood
.?Soulcare Tips for the week: scientific research on the power of flowers, real conversations and sharing emotions
I also give an update on what I learned this week as the beloved. Inspired by my book #WhispersofRest. Pick up a copy!
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Hello Bonnie! I have been reading your book, Whitespace and it is so refreshing. I felt as if I was telling my story. Growing up also being Asian, my parents had ingrained the fear of ruining our family’s reputation so deeply within me that I learned early on to do what was asked and not shed a tear in front of them and to keep all my feelings to myself. This of course as you had described, left me struggling deep within and telling myself I don’t need to talk about it. Crazy isn’t it, how one little thing opens up a huge can of worms and when I think I was doing fine, I am feeling that very same girl I once felt. Like you said, I am there at the very same spot I was when all the hurt began. So thankful for your needed messages in your book. It makes me feel that I am not the only one suffering silently. The society we live in tells us or at least to me, tells me to just suck it up and keep moving, never fully resolving it cause I don’t want to burden my husband and kids with issues I had decades of years ago. They don’t want to see me so broken nor do I want to be that vulnerable. Truly helps me to get past my fears and to speak honestly about those suppressed feelings. You are a lifesaver Bonnie!!! I would be honored to meet you in person someday!