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Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Episode Eight: Every Little Thing is Gonna Be Alright

Cue Bob Marley. Because sometimes calypso is the only cure.

If you're anything like the hosts of this podcast, worry is a big part of your day, month and year. So, why do we let irrational fears and doubts take hold of our lives if we know deep down we're being just a tad silly?

Further, why does the Church skim over hard topics like anxiety disorder? And can we really cast our cares onto God if we are clinically worried?

Give a listen to today's episode. If you have any thoughts about anxiety, how to overcome it, or would like to share your story with us, leave a comment below.

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In this episode:

  • The girls share their fears about the rapture and how Kirk Cameron ruined their childhoods.
  • Brett and Sarah recall Michelle Tanner’s fateful fall from her horse and having amnesia.
  • Brett and Sarah tackle how the Church fails those who have clinical anxiety.
  • Anxiety is derived from self-centeredness? 
  • How our connectedness makes us more aware of bad thing.
  • This article and this article.
  • The non-professionals decide that you should just go ahead and take a vacation.


That's What She Said:

  • “Oh my gosh, your brilliance is like glitter in the room.” -Brett
  • “If you don’t answer the phone when I call, I automatically assume you’re dead.” -Sarah
  • “Have a doughnut. Everything is going to be fine.” -Brett
  • “I agree with me. Because I’m right.” -Brett
  • “No pants in heaven!” -Brett
  • “This is when I kindly remind you to refer to the beginning of this episode where we say we are not professionals.” -Sarah
  • “Like the great Emma Stone once said, have the cupcake.” -Sarah
  • “I haven’t been blogging since I got knocked up.” -Brett
  • “They’re going to have some choice words for us when we get to the gates. Maybe we will be down here with the pants.” -Sarah


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