Welcome to another bonus episode of the No More Perfect Podcast! We like to bring you some extra podcast goodness every once in a while that’s quick to listen to and helpful for your life. Just to say thank you!
In today’s episode, we’re talking about some really hard things Mark has been walking through recently. From multiple retinal detachments, an additional retinal tear, a mini-stroke, and poor eyesight due to multiple surgeries, it’s been a tough six weeks.
However, Mark 2.0 is handling this challenge in a much different way than Mark 1.0 would have handled it. Today we’re sharing a little peek into what we’ve been going through, and Mark is sharing 3 practical ways to stay steady when life gets hard.
Whatever you’re going through, we hope this is an encouragement and support to you this week. You truly are not alone!
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I wept throughout the 18 minutes. My marriage dissolved after 35 years because I was the emotion-led 1.0 version of me and my husband finally gave up, fell in love with a coworker and asked for a dissolution. I am now alone and I know that I need to make the decisions Mark has made even though it is too late for my marriage.
Vicki, the first step to change is being able to see the change that’s needed. I’m glad the podcast episode helped you to do that even more. With God’s help Vicki 2.0 is possible!
Your podcast brought tears to my eyes and I felt God … I will be praying for you both as you go through this time with marks medical problems . I am too dealing with some medical problems and hoping to get some answers soon in the next month .
Holly, we’re so glad you found it helpful. We just prayed for you and staying steady in this waiting season.
Thank you so much for recording this bonus episode, Jill and Mark! I’ve listened to it at least four times now. I deal with anxiety and depression every once in a while. I’ve learned to recognize the things that start me down that path, but it’s still easy to spiral some days. Hearing Mark’s ideas for staying steady and stable is an inspiration to me. I feel hopeful that I don’t have to struggle for very long when the bad days come. Now I have more tools so I can get back on track. Thanks again! ~Robyn
Oh Robyn, that is wonderful to hear! Thank you for sharing!