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Doing Hard Things

Healthy relationships and personal growth require us to do hard things.

“Hard things” can be described as things you don’t want to do but do anyway, or things you want to do but don’t (think “self-control”). The truth is, we’ve all been faced with situations we would rather avoid -- important conversations we need to have, getting up in the morning to work out, saying ‘no,’ or even saying ‘yes.’

This week we're asking out Table & Well community to practice doing 2-3 hard things. These could be things that are physically, mentally, or emotionally hard. They could also be things you simply don’t want to do but know you should. After you do them, take some time to quiet and write down how you felt.

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