How to Repair Your Friendships—Unless They’re Toxic

Your weekly roundup :: May 17 – 21

As you head into your weekend, here are a few articles from the past week we thought you might enjoy.


You Can Ask For Help At Work and Not Be Weak

Accountant and author Courtney Watson talks through how she learned to leave behind the idea that independence equals strength, and shares four questions everyone should ask themselves when something has us stumped.

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Listen to Season 3: Episode 10 now!

Dr. Shannan Crawford, licensed clinical psychologist and leadership consultant, joins the podcast to talk about why we are so reluctant to admit when our mental health is suffering, and how she herself has learned when it’s time to pause and let God open His waiting arms to us for rest and renewed strength.


Our work, love, pray favorites

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5 Ways to Prevent Working Mom Burnout

Gina Grippo-Martinez with Kiplinger shares practical advice on managing the demands that come from handling a career and a family at the same time.

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5 ways to repair a friendship (or leave it behind if toxic)

Christine Koh with CNN writes about the dire need for friendship in our lives and how we can repair (or end) friendships post-pandemic.

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Can You Ask Too Much From God?

Priscilla Shirer writes for Relevant Magazine with her advice on confidently asking God for what we need from Him.

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Catch the latest Mentoring Monday show!

Listen to the latest episode of the Mentoring Monday radio show, featuring Carol Roehrig.


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