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Apr 26

#AskSteveAustin Podcast: Dealing with Tension in Relationships

By Steve Austin | Ask Steve Austin , Current Events , faith , Family , Marriage , Mental Health , Parenting , Recovery

Relationships can be tough. When there is tension with the people you love, it can make connecting with someone you genuinely care about difficult. Whether it’s a friend, lover, loser, or leaver, the unpredictability of people makes relationships…interesting…at the very least. The latest episode of the #AskSteveAustin Podcast covers relationships, in all their glory. In this […]

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Apr 10

The Truth about Self-Care

By Steve Austin | Ask Steve Austin , Best of Messy Grace , Mental Health

Lots of people think self-care is just for long-haired hippies, who sit in the grass and hum. But here’s the stone cold truth about self-care, from a guy who’s been there. The Truth about Self-Care Self-care is fighting back. It is standing up to everything that pulls against your happiness, attention, and sense of self-worth. […]

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Apr 07

How to Listen to the #AskSteveAustin Podcast

By Steve Austin | Ask Steve Austin , Best of Messy Grace , faith , Family , Mental Health , Millennials , Recovery

The #AskSteveAustin Twitter hashtag is really taking off. I’m getting new questions, every single day, and trying to answer as many as possible. What’s your biggest question? What’s the question that keeps you up at night? The one that gnaws at your soul? The one you feel you can’t ask anybody else? Is it about […]

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3 Myths of the Pinterest-Perfect Marriage
Apr 01

3 Myths of the Pinterest-Perfect Marriage

By Lindsey Austin | Best of Messy Grace , Family , Marriage

Our wedding day was perfect – if by perfect you mean borrowed folding chairs from the Baptist church and a catering team that consisted of grandmothers, aunts, and best friends. We were so busy dancing and mingling that we didn’t even get to eat our own wedding potluck. After the guests dispersed, we sent my husband’s best friend down the street to Subway, the only place still open in rural Alabama at that time of day, for a sandwich and chips.
In the nine years since that day, my husband and I have loved hard, fought hard, and earned some hard-won wisdom along the way. But I still love to browse Pinterest, and in doing so, I’ve found 3 myths of the Pinterest-perfect marriage.

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