We need each other

In this episode, we’re discussing the danger of extreme independence, and why being needy is a good thing. And in the spirit of asking for help, we're bring back our "stuck in a rut" segment.

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What you'll hear:

  • What extreme independence and refusing to ask for help is costing us
  • Why being part of something (and not standing out) is valuable
  • Why verbal processing can feel vulnerable
  • How to foster a culture of dependence within our own families and communities
  • Our personal ruts related to work/life balance and fear of being judged

Can I quote you on that?

  • “One of the best parts of being human is community.” Maggie
  • “What of myself can I give up? What of my identity can I give up? How can I serve this thing that’s bigger than myself?” Maggie, on questions to ask yourself about contributing to a group vs. trying to stand out
  • “It’s healthy to have need in a relationship.” Jacey
  • “The whole point of getting married is that you are irrevocably and inextricably dependent on each other in every single way.” Jacey

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Thoughts, questions, comments?

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