I appreciate how you hand out these logical solutions in a brief yet concise way—no need to explain it a thousand different ways. And I can implement it without bypassing the arguments I form in my head. I’ve struggled with looking for validation from others because I don’t trust my own perception of what I do. I don’t want to feel good about something unless it’s warranted, but I didn’t know how to look at myself objectively. I can see how those questions will help alleviate the need for external validation.

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Wife and mom first. Writing, homeschooling, Muay Thai, and BJJ fill in the rest.

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Adrienne Koziol

Adrienne Koziol

Wife and mom first. Writing, homeschooling, Muay Thai, and BJJ fill in the rest.

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