Lessons from the Mental Hospital | Glennon Doyle Melton | TEDxTraverseCity





Do people know the real you?  Do 'you' know the real you?  Most of us have perfected some type of image that we think the world wants to see.  But is this for our good or to our detriment?  If we hide the real us and project an image of something different aren't we imprisoning ourselves in a form of lie and hijacking our ability to live a truthful, free and authentic life?  In this incredibly transparent and honest talk about her life experiences and the road that led her from a life of addiction and emotional pain to a place of healing and restoration, Glennon Doyle opens the door for us to an understanding that actually most of us are 'addicts' of something, whether as a workaholic, or some other chosen 'medication'.  She shows what the thought processes are that create this state and behaviour and the road to a more authentic and truthful lifestyle that will enable us to really live and enjoy this wonderful life that we have been given! 



To your blessing and restoration,



Simon Anderzon

-The Life Abundant Network



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