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God gets maternal anxiety
My friend and my mentor each touched upon that near-fatal intersection of parenting and perfectionism that will plague me with anxiety until the kingdom come. Does God, that perfect Parent, suffer anxiety? Continue reading
Posted in meditation, other words, spiritual autobiography Tagged anxiety, clergy women, Embodied, Lee Ann Pomrenke, motherhood 3 Comments