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Dr. Kelly Flanagan
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Psychologist. Writer. Collector of all things redemptive.
Psychologist. Writer. Collector of all things redemptive.

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[New UnTangled Post] Valentine’s Day is the day to celebrate ALL of each other—our pieces and troubles and demons, and the brilliant soul that lies just beneath all that mess. 

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[New UnTangled Post] We can’t start feeling unlonely until we stop feeling unworthy. 

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[New UnTangled Post] Take your risks and take your lumps, but know that your hidden heart is without bruise or blemish; it has always been whole and holy—love from it, live from it.

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[New UnTangled Post] Dare to dream small. Dare to dream ordinary. Dare to become your truest, worthiest, most beautiful you.


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[New UnTangled Post] To ask for help is to be indebted to others for the life we are trying to live.


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[New UnTangled Post] “You can survive on your own; you can grow strong on your own; you can prevail on your own, but you cannot become human on your own.” –Frederick Buechner

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[New UnTangled Post] Ironically, in an increasingly uncertain world, it is easier than ever to develop increasingly certain minds. Meanwhile, reality is slowly becoming an afterthought. In 2017, let’s change all that. 

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[New UnTangled Post] Thank you, everyone, for reading through 2016 with me. I look forward to our next year together. Happy New Year!

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[New UnTangled Post] This year, may the message of Christmas get into you: Love entered into the world, Divinity entered into the mess, Light entered into the darkness. At the end of a 2016 filled with darkness, choose your one word for 2017: LIGHT. Defiantly choose the light.


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[New Post] Growing up isn’t about getting what we want; it’s about giving in to the best parts of who we are. Slowly. Over time. As we begin to glimpse them, cease to reject them, welcome them, embrace them, live them.
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