Allie Beth Stuckey stops in to talk about her book, You’re Not Enough (& That’s Okay) – Escaping the Toxic Culture of Self-Love. She and Bridget have a frank conversation about God, Christianity, and why she believes that the idea you have to love yourself in order to love other people is a fallacy infecting people’s minds. They discuss the tough road through college, the partying, the unhealthy lifestyle, and the struggle with an eating disorder that forced her to the realization that she would die if she didn’t change things. She and Bridget discuss their personal faith and beliefs, where they are similar, and where they differ. It’s an incredibly warm and open conversation between two women who don’t necessarily agree on everything, but respect each other’s beliefs and opinions, and are willing to share and learn from each other.

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  1. Architectus Coolidge

    Great guest, great conversation.  Thanks Bridget!

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  2. Bryan McAllister Lincoln
    Bryan McAllister

    Bridget, and Team Phetasy, another fascinating conversation to be digested and pondered.  It never ceases to amaze me of the range of topics and guests that you all bring to us via Walk-Ins Welcome.  Instead of angry ideologues, or vapid babble on theoretical and self-important topics with an asymptotic connection to reality, you have brought the pathway of topic and reality to finally meet and to intersect.  There is a connection with humanity on these podcasts and on the community site – the cul de sac for those who are willing to ask open and honest questions, to listen, and to honor the individuals in that community even where opinions may differ.  A home for the curious, and open-minded.  Thank you for expanding my awareness by plying that path guided by curiosity and a sincere love for people.

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