If you were to sit down with your younger self, what would you tell her?
In today’s episode, I’m sitting down with Emily Stimpson Chapman and we’re talking about her new book, “Letters to Myself from the End of the World” It’s a book that Emily wrote to her younger self, equipping her for the challenges she’d face in a world where the Church is plagued by scandal, the culture is on the verge of collapse, and the we don’t even know what the word “normal” means anymore.
If you’ve been longing for encouragement, hope, and a voice of maturity and reason in all of the insanity that was 2020 and is 2021, sister, this letter is for you.
Topics we talked about in this episode:
Emily’s new book, “Letters to Myself From the End of the World”
Why this was the book Emily was supposed to write in 2020
Self-denial and self-care in the life of mothers today
Fighting the temptation to turn inward and instead, find genuine connection with others
Staying grounded in the real, messy, present moment
The one piece of advice Emily would give her younger self if she could
Resources you should check out after listening to this episode:
“Letters to Myself From the End of the World”
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