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Why You Should Try a New Way (Spring Break Free Day 15)

April 26, 2021
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We've all heard the over-used definition of insanity. "Trying the same thing, over and again, and expecting different results." No one really knows who said it, but we all know it's true. If you're like me, you've tried all the diets, the fitness gimmicks and maybe even the weight loss pills. You've tried convincing yourself that your true value is found on the inside and that you are more than your pants size. You know all the lingo. And, yet . . .you're still struggling.

Relax. You're normal.

But, today, we can turn a corner. Now that you've identified the root of body image idolatry, perhaps you are feeling more hopeful. You know that things can be different now. For the rest of the Spring Break Free series, we'll be talking about the habits in your life that will need to change as you attempt to find, and keep, your freedom. Watch today's video to find out more:

Questions for reflection

What conventional methods of fixing your body image have you tried over and again with limited success? Diets? Exercise programs? Positive Pep Talks? Self-Esteem "Boosters?"?

Do you believe there's wisdom in trying something new?

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Heather Creekmore writes and speaks hope to thousands of women each week inspiring them to stop comparing and start living. Her first book Compared to Who? encourages women to uncover the spiritual root of body image issues and find freedom. Her latest release, The Burden of Better, offers women a journey into the depths of God's grace to find a way off the treadmill of constant comparison. Heather has been featured on Fox News, Huff Post, Morning Dose, Church Leaders, and For Every Mom, along with dozens of other shows and podcasts. But she's best recognized for her appearance as a contestant on the Netflix hit show, Nailed It. Heather and her fighter-pilot-turned-pastor husband, Eric have four children and live in Austin, Texas.

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