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Bailey Gillespie

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Why Saying No is so Hard for an Enneagram Type 2

Why is saying no so dang hard? I'll give you the short answer first. According to The Enneagram Institute, Type Twos are defined as being "generous, demonstrative, people-pleasing, and possessive," known for slipping into "doing things for others in order... Continue Reading →

4 Beautiful Reasons to Keep Living

No matter how hard fighting for your life can get, there are some pretty beautiful reasons for doing so. To see how you feel in the morning. The earth works in cycles and seasons and patterns. What you are and... Continue Reading →

How to Care for Yourself as a Writer (Part 1) – Movement

Friends, We all know it's tough being a writer. The craft of writing itself is a feat, trying to string together cohesive sentences that are both original and true. But one of the biggest challenges for writers is learning the... Continue Reading →

Emotionally Healthy Spirituality: When Faith Almost Kills You

In Gary Thomas's Sacred Pathways,┬áit describes each personality type and how they best interact with God, after issuing an extensive assessment for readers to take. (You can Google this book to read the PDF description of each type.) I am... Continue Reading →

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