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This is a podcast for those who want genuine and whole relationships with others, yourself, and with God. A Licensed Professional Counselor and Certified Life Coach, your host Kerrah E. Fabacher helps you exchange fear for love so that you can finally see what good relationships are made of. If you long to have healthy relationships, come on in and sit a while. Come see that you are not alone, that you matter, that you are loved, and that life-giving relationships are possible. Let's see what kind of healing happens here. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/beknown/support

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    • Religion & Spirituality
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This is a podcast for those who want genuine and whole relationships with others, yourself, and with God. A Licensed Professional Counselor and Certified Life Coach, your host Kerrah E. Fabacher helps you exchange fear for love so that you can finally see what good relationships are made of. If you long to have healthy relationships, come on in and sit a while. Come see that you are not alone, that you matter, that you are loved, and that life-giving relationships are possible. Let's see what kind of healing happens here. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/beknown/support

    48. Reach Out and Touch

    48. Reach Out and Touch

    As humans, we need touch. Maybe more than we know. And when we don't have a healthy amount of touch, we will struggle. A lot. So let's talk about touch deprivation and why we need it and how to get it when we may have a bad relationship with it due to past trauma, neglect, culture, or unhealthy relationships. Trigger warning: if you've experienced any past touch trauma. Listen in. 



    Resources and Links Mentioned in Episode: 

    Conversation with Mary B. Safrit on Touch Deprivation 

    Mary B.'s Instagram 

    The Body Keeps the Score, by Bessel van der Kolk 

    For the Senses, a Blessing by John O Donahue found in To Bless the Space Between Us

    Find me on Instagram 

    Hang out more on www.kerrahfabacher.com


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    • 14 min
    47. Show Grace to Those Who Aren't Well

    47. Show Grace to Those Who Aren't Well

    Though we must be wise with who is close up and personal in our lives and have some expectations of how our people will treat us, we need to remember that they can't love us well if they aren't well. We can't expect them to be super attentive to us and our needs if they are going through some hard stuff. Let's understand some possible signs that may show us they aren't doing well, and be willing to adjust our behaviors to show more grace to them in that season. Being more gracious and kind is never the wrong decision. Listen in. 



    Resources and links mentioned in this episode: 


    John 15:13 
    17: Adjust Your Expectations
    10: Listen to Your Emotions
    12: Be Slow to Speak
    19: Listen
    24: Practice Active Listening
    Give a small monthly donation to support the podcast 
    Transcript for this episode 
    Follow me on Instagram @kerrahfabacher 




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    • 14 min
    46. Have Good Boundaries with Your Time

    46. Have Good Boundaries with Your Time

    Most of us aren't leaving enough margin in our lives for the life-giving things. Instead, our time is filled with life-draining things, and we can only go so long on E. This is an indicator of poor boundaries with our time. This episode is to help us develop a healthier rhythm of life that honors our time and allows more space for the things that fill us. Listen in for some practical exercises, questions, and statements to consider when creating a rhythm that allows for more whole living. 



    Resources and links from this episode: 

    Author of The Next Right Thing and host of The Next Right Thing Podcast: @emilypfreeman

    Work with me in one-on-one coaching: www.kerrahfabacher.com/book-online

    Come hang out with me on Instagram @kerrahfabacher

    Transcript for this episode


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    • 14 min
    45. The Dangers of Oversharing

    45. The Dangers of Oversharing

    In the age of social media and the cultural value of vulnerability and authenticity, people tend to struggle with discernment on how much is too much to share with someone else. On social media, we see this done a lot, but it's also hard in more interpersonal interactions. Let's talk about why oversharing isn't safe or wise and some things to consider before sharing to avoid being too extreme with your vulnerability. Listen in. 



    Resources and links mentioned in this episode: 

    Episode 6: Be the House with the Picket Fence 

    Episode 43: Safe People 

    www.kerrahfabacher.com/book-online

    Follow along over on Instagram @kerrahfabacher


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    • 13 min
    44. When You Can't Forget

    44. When You Can't Forget

    Past hurt is so hard to forgive, and often we think forgiveness is forgetting. But what if it isn't? What if there is another way? This episode is for those who've struggled with forgiveness and the desire for revenge because they can't forget (nor should they). Listen now. 



    Links & Resources From This Episode: 


    Forgiving What You Can't Forget by Lysa Terkeurst 
    John 31:34, ESV
    Colossians 3:12-13, ESV
    Find me on Instagram @kerrahfabacher 
    For other resources and the transcript of this episode, go to www.kerrahfabacher.com


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    • 12 min
    43. Safe People

    43. Safe People

    How do we know who is unsafe and who is safe? How can we even begin to define safety? What can it look like to love the unsafe people? Listen in. 


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Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
39 Ratings

39 Ratings

Robyn Mulder ,

Great content!

I love listening to Kerrah Fabacher's podcast. She has such a calming voice and great insights about how we can grow emotionally. I listened to episode 39 on my walk today and was glad for the reminder about how I can build emotional awareness in my life. Thanks!

Jlsmitherman ,

You are not your relationship!

Kerrah brings such a sound mind and fresh look to our everyday experiences. She is a joy to listen too!

grittyg ,

WHEN TO SAY GOODBYE

Great podcast by Kerrah Fabbacher. She gives some great points on knowing when to say goodbye to friendships that have used up their time for a variety of reasons. very helpful.

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