On this final episode of season one, my friend Emily joins me for a wrap-up conversation about relation nutrients and how to get the right fuel for life from the right kinds of relationships.
I’m passionate about this because I was 40 years old before I knew some of these concepts. I spent my life feeling like relationships took something from me and were things I was obligated to do, instead of them being life-giving and understanding how they are meant to help me.
I hope the past seven discussions have given you a new perspective, especially if you’ve struggled with building healthy relationships in your life. Or, maybe you’ve naturally had very healthy relationships, and this has helped you understand what you’re doing right and why others might struggle with this.
I'm so excited to welcome my good friend, Emily Sherwood, to the podcast. She is the Alumni Director at Bethel University in Mishawaka, Indiana, where I worked for nearly 17 years. She and I met while working in the same department, and over time we’ve developed a friendship that I highly value. Emily is a great friend and I love that she came on the podcast to share her thoughts about relational nutrients and ask some questions. I think you’ll enjoy hearing our discussion today and I hope it will encourage you in your journey.
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A reminder, if you are tuning into the podcast for the first time and are wondering what in the world relational nutrients are, you can check out episode one with my friend Jen, where we gave an overview of what they are and why they are important.
Here are some links* you might find helpful after listening to today’s episode:
Full list of Relational Nutrients, with definitions of each
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