Susan HusaAuthor
12 May
Who's Approval Do You Need?
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Popcorn
12 May
Mostly my wife
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Susan HusaAuthor
14 May
Hey James! Nice to have you here. I started this thread on my computer then meant to get back to it on my phone and create a LIVE session. Oh well. In response to your reply, when you say, “mostly”, what is the other part of that?
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Susan HusaAuthor
14 May
Notice when you may look for other’s approval. Be clear about times when you need to stand clear about what you stand for.
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Susan HusaAuthor
14 May
When we are genuine with in a loving manner to really express what is important to ourselves, be clear about needing any approval.
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Susan HusaAuthor
14 May
For example, I was considering naming my business and I shared the idea with my coach and she asked me what about her opinion was important to me. It helped me identify with myself that what I think is important enough.
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Susan HusaAuthor
14 May
If we are embracing our Heavenly Father and listening to His lead, then what is the point of asking someone their opinion?
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Susan HusaAuthor
14 May
Does this reflect your heart and soul and what you are about?
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Susan HusaAuthor
14 May
Then what is the opinion for?
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Susan HusaAuthor
14 May
How about stand firm in what you believe to be true?
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Susan HusaAuthor
14 May
This is in the context of you being very clear about what is important to you.
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Susan HusaAuthor
14 May
Then be and do what is right for you!
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Susan HusaAuthor
14 May
Ever heard the idea said that God will say, “Well done!”? Well, what a special time to experience that you chose love and decided without anyone else’s opinion but yours. Between you and God? He is the final judge. And am I ever thankful for that! That is what gives me peace! Amen
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Octopus
14 May
My father.. i really wanted his approval.. but I couldn’t because i was 14 when he died.. so there’s that.. don’t feel the need for anyone else’s approval as much as i wanted my father’s..
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