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I'm going to periodically be doing a new blog series where I will interview someone about their experiences with the Enneagram. The goal is to help paint a picture about what it is like to be each number. My hope is that it will help you understand yourself and the...read more
Ego is a complicated thing. From a psychological perspective, our ego is the part of us that is concerned with self-esteem or self-importance. Our ego tries to argue that we are good, competent, well-liked, and successful. It gathers information from our environment...read more
I never used to like lent. I didn’t like the idea of giving up something random like coffee or TV in order to try to bring me closer to God. I had a bad attitude about it. As we entered the season of lent this year, I felt similarly, but I decided to be thoughtful and...read more
One of the people I follow on Twitter posted the following question the other day: “It’s really difficult for me (even when I’m feeling good, like today) to eat anything in the morning. I am just rarely hungry. At all. Tips? Tricks? Skip breakfast and don’t worry?...read more