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A Switch in the Way We Think That Can Help Us Get Rid of Harmful Comparisons and Perfection Anxiety

by Kiersten Lortz excerpted from "Possibilities: Partnering with God to Become Your Best Self" | October 20, 2018 | Makes You Think Mormon Life

A woman’s art of comparison is unlike any other in this world and certainly far from that of the world to c...


I’m Not a Typical Latter-day Saint and Why That’s Okay

by Lindsey Miller | October 16, 2018 | Makes You Think Mormon Life

When I think of a “typical” Latter-day Saint, I think of a pregnant mom pulling out of her driveway in her ...


Latter-day Saint Psychologist: When Comparing Yourself to Others Can Actually Be a Good Thing

by Dr. David T. Morgan | October 12, 2018 | Makes You Think Mormon Life

I have a distinct memory of sitting in a junior high school math class, tearing a piece of paper from my bi...


"God Needs the Best Version of You": What Running a Marathon Taught Me About Comparison

by Zack Oates | September 26, 2018 | Makes You Think Mormon Life

My wife and I recently ran a half marathon.  I use the word “run” quite  liberally.  The ide...


Elder Cook Shares One Dangerous Misconception About Perfection Mormons Need to Stop, Now

by LDS Living Staff | Makes You Think Mormon Life

Comparing ourselves to others is easy. It's easy to augment our own faults when we idealize the strengths o...


Elder Stevenson Tells LDS Women to Avoid “Debilitating Comparisons” on Social Media

by | Makes You Think Mormon Life

“May each of you have the courage to blog, pin, like, share, post, friend, tweet, snap, and swipe up in a w...


The Most Dangerous & Common Thing We Do at the Start of a New Year (& How to Avoid It)

by Aggieland Mormons | Makes You Think Mormon Life

Once a new year starts, one inevitable thing happens. People start obsessing about goals and resolutions. B...


5 Ways to Help You Stop Comparing Yourself to Others

by Mormon Channel | Makes You Think Mormon Life

"When it comes to hating, gossiping, ignoring, ridiculing, holding grudges, or wanting to cause harm, pleas...


Stay-at-Home Vs. Working Moms: Why We All Feel Like Outsiders in the Church

by Segullah | Makes You Think Mormon Life

Both stay-at-home and working moms agree--they often feel judged, isolated, and looked down on as members o...