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CHRISTIAN PODCAST EPISODE #33

 
Katie Schnack is a writer and book publicist. Her articles have appeared in places such as Relevant.com, Today.com and Hello Giggles. She grew up in Minnesota playing duck, duck, gray duck; learned to say “bless your heart” in Texas; lived in a four-hundred-square-foot apartment in New York; and has a love-hate relationship with Cheetos.

 

 
It’s OK to have those moments when you do a 180, you change your course, is it easy? no, is it scary? yes!

What is the goal with your book, who did you write it for?

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What do you think of this? when you are a teen you don’t care how things will pan out, when you are 20 you don’t know how things will pan out, when you are 30 things have panned out

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Who is Kyle? (Kate’s husband she met at 12 years old, engaged at 19)

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She died.. what that did was shattered everything I knew about God and about faith, I was 19 years old… I think about her all the time and I think about that moment because sometimes when really tough things happen to you, you are different… I never take things for granted

Working for a TV station when Michael Jackson died… It wasn’t what I wanted to do with my life

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How did marriage affect career decisions?

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You get a lot of “Christianeeze”, cheesy christian sayings that people just throw at you after difficult times, the older I’ve gotten, the more i realize that’s not necessarily true

Tell me about the tragedy of losing your friend Jenna

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Even people with good intentions can be unhelpful when we go through seasons of grieving, tell me about that

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Sometimes in relationships you need a little bit of space, you need a little bit of separation to be able to coexist in a healthy way

Living in a 400 sqf apartment in New York. Living with another person in such a tight space

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Money in the Gap Decade and in a relationship

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The times where I felt the most comforted by  people is when they didn’t try to explain away my pain, or explain away my hurt or my depression or my anxiety. When they were just like man, that’s hard, and that sucks and I’m here for you

It gets to a point where things are so out of your hands, out of your control, I don’t even know what to pray for, I don’t even know what would fix this situation, because nothing I can see or know with my eyes can fix it, I had no solution… God please help

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From your vantage point, how did seeing a counselor help with your mental health?

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Leaving where you are from can teach you so much about who you are, sometimes going back can do the same and give you a greater clarity about who you are moving forward

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The times where I felt the most comforted by  people is when they didn’t try to explain away my pain, or explain away my hurt or my depression or my anxiety. When they were just like man, that’s hard, and that sucks and I’m here for you

Miscarriage. The greatest joy of your life is gone… and then you grew a mustache

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You have ADULTED when life gets REAL! Conversation with  Katie Schnack

KatieSchnack.com

THE GAP DECADE

When you’re technically an adult but really don’t feel like it yet…

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