Episode 40: My Experience with Theft

When I was 4 years old or so, I stole a piece of candy from a convenience store counter. I put it in my pocket, and walked out behind my parents. And then I felt so guilty, I threw that football-foil-wrapped chocolate into the bushes! The heat of that guilt bothered me for YEARS. A 10 cent piece of candy can change who we are!

Looking back, I realized that I have always been a girl with high moral values, despite my parents not being that way. (They were good people, just didn’t have super high values.) This explains why I’ve felt shame so often.

Listen in to the episode to see what I mean.

Denita

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In the meantime, go be you, follow the spirit, and share your stories.

Episode 24: Broken Leg

When my mom broke her leg, I did some things I am still a bit ashamed of. I wish I could go back and get a do-over. Her leg took a really long time to heal, and sometimes we think we will never heal from our shame. But there is hope.

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Until next time, go be you and follow the Spirit.
XO,
Denita