Tagged: self worth

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Guest Post: Built for Women #MormonMeToo

Natalie Ware Gowen There are three things I can’t do: Cook in someone else’s kitchen. Run to someone else’s playlist. Navigate someone else’s church. My mother-in-law is a gem, but she keeps the measuring...

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If the Savior Stood Beside Me

Most of us are probably familiar with the primary song “If the Savior Stood Beside Me.”  It asks us to consider what we might do differently if we could see the Savior standing beside...

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On Aging: A Poem for My Daughters

“You don’t look your age,” they say, When I reveal that I’m forty-two. But my body has begun to betray me. Gray hair is just the beginning: Reading glasses. Body, back, and foot aches....

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Accommodating the Natural Man

I recently listened to the interview of Amiee Flynn-Curran on Gina Colvin’s podcast, A Thoughtful Faith. I know Amiee because the ward she studied is my own. I was curious about her takeaways as...

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Perfect vs. Enough

I don’t like to learn new things. I like to be already good at things. I’d rather leave the page blank than write the wrong thing. Unfortunately, moving to a new, not majority-English speaking...