How many times a day do you wish you were better at something or compare yourself to someone else? When you learn to uncover the spiritual root of body image issues, you will find freedom.
In this episode, FINDINGbalance Executive Director, Chrissy Kirkman, chats with author and podcaster, Heather Creekmore, about the reasons we naturally compare ourselves to others and how we can break out of the endless cycle of comparison. Listen to this encouraging conversation and be inspired to stop comparing and start living!
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