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Congratulations, Empowered Overcomer!

You’ve risen above challenges with grace, determination, and grit.

You've already conquered so much, but your journey is far from over. As you continue to navigate life's twists and turns, remember to:

  • Honor your past. It has molded you into the incredible person you are today.
  • Embrace your present. Every moment is an opportunity for growth and transformation.
  • Look to the future with hope and optimism. You have the resilience to overcome whatever comes.

You are a beacon of hope and inspiration to those around you. Your story is a testament to the power of perseverance and the human spirit. 

Keep shining your light, Empowered Overcomer. The world is a better place because of you.

Here is a little phone wallpaper to remind you to be patient and kind to yourself on this journey.

Resources For Your Continued Journey

For the Love Podcast

GLENNON DOYLE ON WHAT’S TRUE AND BEAUTIFUL, AND THE LIES WE’VE BEEN TOLD

Glennon recounts her “untaming” through an unblinking examination of her upbringing, her first marriage, and her struggles with an eating disorder and alcoholism.

She encourages all of us to examine what we want and implores us to lean into those things—not letting anyone tell us that what we want isn’t achievable.

Glennon believes that because what most women want is true and beautiful, if we chased all we wanted, “dreams would be realized. Corrupt governments would topple. Institutions would fall so that we could rebuild lives and relationships and nations that are built on justice.”

From the blog

I don’t want to be a soldier. I just want to be a person.

If you are walking through what feels like a battle time right now, I want you to know this:

You are not alone in your pain or fear.

There is a whole club of us out here with open arms, shared stories, understanding, even hope if you can believe that.

MeCourse: Wellness

WELLNESS FOR THE REST OF US

Good habits, bad habits. We all have them — for better or worse.

Sometimes habits can also be sneaky because we’re on autopilot, but they impact us immensely. They are a center-spoke for our physical, spiritual, mental, and emotional wellness.

Some habits are more or less universally good or bad, but there is also a lot of individuality when it comes to habits. In this course, we’ll unpack how to hack your habits and your wellness for the better.