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What voices do you listen to? There are voices we carry with us as a result of trauma or heartache that can be difficult to silence. Sometimes these voices dictate aspects of our lives and the decisions that we make. How can we tune in and listen to the voice of truth about who we truly are?

Today I have the honor of introducing you to J.S. Park, a hospital chaplain and author who is passionate about holding space for the pain of others and guiding us to Hope. Joon (J.S) shares with us about his draw toward working with those who are hurting and how his own healing came about as a result from helping others.

We talk about finding self-love and compassion for yourself and how we can balance this with self-growth. We also discuss our hesitancy to “live out loud” and how we can align ourselves with who we feel called to be.  Joon also shares with us his tips of navigating anxiety and how we can find “glimpses” of hope throughout our day.

This is a powerful episode that I promise you do not want to miss. Please connect with us in our private Facebook group Hope to Recharge and let us know your thoughts about these topics. We would love to hear how you show yourself compassion and silence the voices in your own mind that are not serving you. As always, together is better!

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Topics Discussed:

  • Moving past the victim mindset
  • Relationships with our parents as adults (and finding healing)
  • How to deal with anxiety during this time in a healthy way

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