Smashing Idols: When is it ‘Prideful’ and Not ‘Being Proud’?

What happens to a person’s psyche when their main source of pride (and in this case, I mean “prideful” and not “proud of myself”) is taken away?

What experiences have you had where things didn’t turn out the way you’d planned? How did you react to the unexpected outcome? Everyone has been surprised at something that turned out dramatically different than they had anticipated. My personal experience with this is in regard to physical health. I’ll tell you a little bit about it.

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RN, BSN with experience in Emergency, Hospice, and Pediatrics. Passionate Christ-follower, writer, traveler, home cook/baker, animal lover. IG: kellyhood_rn

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Kelly Hood - RN, BSN

Kelly Hood - RN, BSN

RN, BSN with experience in Emergency, Hospice, and Pediatrics. Passionate Christ-follower, writer, traveler, home cook/baker, animal lover. IG: kellyhood_rn

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