Do you experience insecurity, fear, worry, anxiety, shame, regret? These are just a few examples of cluttered emotions.
You might not know they are at the root of keeping you from living out exactly what you were called to do.
So how do we overcome cluttered emotions? Listen as I talk with speaker and author of Undone: A Story of Making Peace With an Unexpected Life, Michele Cushatt, as she shares wisdom and simple ways to reframe what we think in order to deal with cluttered emotions.
Meet Our Guest
A storyteller at heart, Michele Cushatt inspires audiences with the warmth of her transparency and presence. Her unique style makes you feel like you just spent an afternoon with a good friend, sparking tears one moment and laughter the next. Having experienced both the best and worst of life, she’s unafraid to disclose her imperfect spaces, so that you know you’re not alone in yours.
Pulling from her unique life experiences, Michele’s first book, a memoir titled Undone: A Story of Making Peace With An Unexpected Life, was released with Zondervan Publishers March 10, 2015. Her second book will follow closely behind, with a tentative release date in 2017. When she isn’t working on her books, Michele writes feature articles, blog posts, stories and devotional meditations for numerous publications including MOPS International, Today’s Christian Woman,InCourage, Fullfill Magazine, Hearts-at-Home, Upper Room, David C. Cook’s Quiet Hour, Standard Publishing’s Devotions, and multiple compilation books including five titles in the Chicken Soupseries.
She and her husband Roger are the parents of four young adults in San Jose, CA. When she’s not dating her husband or hanging out with her puggle Jake, Kathi is speaking at retreats, conferences and women’s events across the US.
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