WIO #165: So Worth Loving with Eryn Eddy. Eryn's book is one that I want to get in all my girls' hands. It is a message I want them to know — you are so worth loving. I know you are going to love this conversation with Eryn! For links and everything we talked about in this episode, visit: https://triciagoyer.com/165--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/walkitoutwithtriciagoyer/support
91. The Impact of Self Doubt: How Discovering Your True Value Changes Everything - Eryn Eddy
We Are For Good Podcast - The Podcast for Nonprofits
Meet Eryn. This social entrepreneur and creativity director is powering through some seriously awesome coaching on empathy, entrepreneurship, the power of honest conversations and the impact of self-doubt. Want to change the world? Start with valuing yourself, she says. It's an honest conversation with the woman who literally built a brand telling you you're So Worth Loving. Episode HighlightsEryn’s Career Journey - 2:54Valuing oneself - 15:30The “accidental” CEO - 20:13Seeking inspiration & lighting the fire - 27:40Advice for young professionals - 30:50Eryn’s book, “So Worth Loving” - 34:00Eryn’s One Philanthropic Moment - 39:20Eryn’s One Good Thing: your rest is important.- 44:30For more information and episode details visit: www.weareforgood.com/episode/91The We Are For Good Podcast is co-hosted by Jonathan McCoy, CFRE and Becky Endicott, CFRE and welcomes the most dynamic nonprofit leaders, advocates and philanthropists to share innovative ideas and lessons learned 3x a week!Want to hear insider details and to get our best roundup of tips, freebies, resources and show notes from each episode? Join the Good Community - it's free! Visit www.weareforgood.com/hello We Are For Good PRO is reimagining nonprofit professional development - for good. ✨ Join us and get started at weareforgoodpro.com.
In this episode of the Rhythms for Life Podcast, Gabe and Rebekah talk to So Worth Loving Founder and author, Eryn Eddy, about what it means to give up performing for public acceptance and love and rest in the unconditional love and acceptance that comes from God. They also talk about the how social media has impacted our ability to connect and be vulnerable with others within community and the power of rest and quiet. Listen in as we dive deep into what it means to live in Rhythm and learn about overcoming self doubt to believe you are so worth loving.LINKS:Order Eryn’s new book, So Worth Loving .Register for the Marriage & Parenting Renewal Retreat happening May 6-7.Ready to begin living in rhythm? Grab bestseller, Rhythms of Renewal, today!Join the Rhythms for Life Community here.Thank you to this week's sponsor! Samaritan Ministries is a community of Christians who live out Galatians 6:2 by bearing one another’s burdens when a medical need arises. It’s a Biblical solution to health care, connecting members across the nation who share medical costs while praying for and encouraging one another. Learn more today.
Love and Loss: A Dialogue on Divorce | Eryn Eddy + Ali Nelson
Love or Work
We are joined by Eryn Eddy (Author and Founder of So Worth Loving) and Ali Nelson (Artist and Creator of Ali Makes Things) for a conversation on a hard topic, but a real topic. In this episode, we learn about the honest growth that happened in the lives of two friends after their marriages. We talk about mental health, empathy activation, the importance of community in the transitional seasons, and how the grass is not always greener on the other side. If you want to have a real talk about hard stuff...this is the episode for you. Ali and Eryn share their personal stories and authentically take us on a journey of hope and resilience. You might want to pull out your journal because you will learn a ton - we did.Learn more:Pre-Order Eryn's Book!So Worth LovingAli Makes Things------------Welcome to the Love or Work Podcast, hosted by Andre Shinabarger (Physician Assistant, Grady Hospital) and Jeff Shinabarger (Social Entrepreneur and Founder of Plywood People). They are asking the question: Is it possible to change the world, stay in love, and raise a healthy family? 100 interviews where Jeff and Andre learn from other working families in the journey of marriage, purpose, and parenting.Order the Love or Work Book!Website: www.loveorwork.comInstagram: www.instagram.com/loveorworkLove or Work is a project of Plywood People.Plywood is a non-profit in Atlanta leading a community of start-ups doing good. www.plywoodpeople.com
The weight of our past, present, and uncertain future stops us and keeps us dead in our tracks. The all-too-familiar feeling of unworthiness becomes prominent, causing us to live from a place of fear and despair. But what if it chose to talk about it, rather than push it down? Eryn Eddy has been there and wants readers to know the truth that changes everything: they are valuable. In her new book, So Worth Loving: How Discovering Your True Value Changes Everything, the speaker, creative director and founder of the So Worth Loving movement shares her stories and revelations, honest insights and the struggles she encountered in her pursuit to discover her worth. “I’ve made some poor decisions in life; I’ve also made some bold decisions about moving forward and doing the best I can with what I know,” writes Eddy. “After my choices left me battling a diminished sense of self-esteem and wondering if I had a purpose on this earth, I didn’t have many places left to turn. So I took a chance and invited God in.” This honest, openhearted book gives readers permission to feel deeply and openly, encouraging questions and inspiring the dedication to pursue authentic, candid answers. Eddy holds readers’ hands as they embark on a journey to discover and embrace what God believes about them: that they are so worth loving. Related Links: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/iamErynEddy Instagram (personal): https://www.instagram.com/eryneddy/?hl=en So Worth Loving: https://www.instagram.com/soworthloving/?hl=en Twitter (personal): https://twitter.com/ErynEddy So Worth Loving: https://twitter.com/soworthloving Website: https://www.eryneddy.com/soworthloving
Eryn Eddy wasn't setting out to develop a lifestyle fashion brand. She simply wanted to reinforce the message she was giving her music fans, "You are worthy of love." Her unplanned t-shirt adventure has turned into a business shipping products around the world. But in all of that fashion merchandising, Erin began to absorb the message for herself. She began to dig deep into what it means to be worthy of love and practice self love. This meant examining long held beliefs about herself and contrasting them with what the Bible said about her. It led her to places of honesty with herself and with God. In this 30-minute conversation we talk through what resilience looks like, how to determine if someone should be speaking into you, and how caring for ourselves allows us to better care for others. We cover how to take first steps when feeling overwhelmed and how those first steps give us confidence for next steps. Eryn tells us what she wrote on her mirror with dry erase marker and why she celebrated with a night in a Tiki Airstream trailer. If you are wondering how to deal with feelings or thoughts that are destructive, this episode could be a good place to start. It's easy for us to tell you that "God loves you", it's much harder to absorb that message. This conversation will offer some first steps toward health.
EPISODE 589 - Eryn Eddy // Discovering Who You Already Are
In this episode of the Catalyst Podcast, Jason Haynes sits down with Eryn Eddy for a wide-ranging conversation covering identity and worth, gaining the courage to be vulnerable (for men too!), and the importance of having a community to be present with you in your struggle. Listen in as Eryn helps you look in, look up, and look out, exploring your relationship with yourself, God, and others while reminding you that you are not crazy, you are not alone, and you will get through this. Keep up with Eryn: Eryn's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/eryneddy So Worth Loving Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/soworthloving Website: https://soworthloving.com
Eryn Eddy is a social entrepreneur, a writer, a speaker, and a creative director. The founder of the lifestyle clothing brand So Worth Loving, Eryn and her work have been featured on CNN and MSNBC, and in Mashable, The Oprah Magazine, Jezebel, Southern Living, and Atlanta Magazine. A frequent guest on podcasts and speaker at conferences and at corporate headquarters, Eryn speaks and writes about personal struggles, community, empathy, entrepreneurship, the power of honest conversations, and the impact of self-doubt. She lives just outside of Atlanta. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/iamErynEddy Instagram: personal: https://www.instagram.com/eryneddy/?hl=en , So Worth Loving: https://www.instagram.com/soworthloving/?hl=en Twitter: personal: https://twitter.com/ErynEddy , So Worth Loving: https://twitter.com/soworthloving Websites: https://www.eryneddy.com/soworthloving https://swl.impact.app/
When it comes to relationships, one thing we don’t talk about enough is healing after divorce. It’s a subject people tend to shy away from, and understandably so because there are no cookie-cutter answers. Every story and situation of divorce is so different and unique. But at the end of the day, just like any loss, divorce always includes heartbreak and the need for healing. There are principles and concepts that can be extracted and applied no matter what your specific situation. Healing After Divorce When this question about healing after divorce came into the hotline, I knew I wanted Eryn Eddy to be my co-host for this episode. She’s a woman who knows the deep pain of divorce, but more so, she knows what it looks like to pursue healing after deep heartbreak. I’m so impressed by how she has used her pain, and I know this conversation will BLESS YOU SO MUCH if you’ve been through the pain of divorce. In this episode we cover: Identity and how divorce can impact what we believe and what we DO. Dealing with pain, confusion, and insecurity after divorce. Self-sabotage that can happen after divorce. Working through the stigma and shame that comes in Christian culture. Pursuing healing after divorce. And so much more…. If you are looking for healing after divorce, or know someone who is…Tune in this brand new episode of the Love + Relationships Podcast and subscribe to the show by clicking on the button below! SUBSCRIBE AND LISTEN ON iTUNES BY CLICKING HERE Additional Ways To Listen: STITCHER – SPOTIFY – GOOGLE PLAY – iHEART RADIO Connect with today’s sponsor: upperroom.org/welcome Love + Relationships Podcast Notes: Eryn is the founder and CEO of So Worth Loving, a lifestyle clothing brand. Since starting in 2011, she’s grown her company to include customers in all fifty states and in thirty countries, and the company is still going strong. She and her work have been featured on CNN and MSNBC, as well as Southern Living and Atlanta Magazine. Eryn is also an author and co-host of a podcast called God Hears Her, and she calls Atlanta home. Connect with her on Instagram. For other great episodes of the Love + Relationships Podcast check out: Spring: Is Your Relationship Growing? Summer Is When Things Get Hot: On Intimacy Colors of Fall: Questions To Ask Your Partner NOT Assume Winter: The frost of Apathy and How To Deal With It FREE QUIZ: IS YOUR RELATIONSHIP HEALTHY MORE BOOKS BY DEBRA Get busy learning what you need to know about healthy singleness, dating, and marriage. Check out Love In Every Season: The Four Stages of Every Healthy Relationship, Choosing Marriage: Why It Has To Start With We > Me or True Love Dates: Your Indispensable Guide to Finding the Love of Your Life. And Check out Debra’s Love + Relationships Podcast on iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts! DEBRA FILETA is a Licensed Professional Counselor, national speaker, relationship expert, and author of Choosing Marriage and True Love Dates, and Love In Every Season. She’s also the host of the hotline style Love + Relationships Podcast. Her popular relationship advice blog, TrueLoveDates.com, reaches millions of people with the message of healthy relationships. Connect with her on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter or book an online session with her today!