As women, nurturing friendships and building community is vital to our well-being. As mothers, that’s often easier said than done! Putting ourselves out there can be tough, especially when we’ve been hurt before.
Today, Meg Glesener shares with us about the importance of women, and moms in particular, sharing a supportive and vibrant community. When her youngest entered first grade, she signed up for a community and found herself walking out on the first day…until a dear lady followed her out and lovingly welcomed her back in. Let’s do that for one another.
Meg Glesener is the host of the award-winning podcast, Letters From Home and a fellow mother of eight. She is a child of God seeking to live her best life and inviting others to join with her and her family along the way.
Here are a few highlights from the episode:
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