Sometimes hangry. Sometimes thoughtful. Always short. Usually sad about the Razorbacks.
Jennifer believes that life is best lived in community, pain is as important as celebration, and 75-pound lap dogs are the best. She also believes it has never been more important to be a voice for love - in the world, in the church, and - until she gets more than 51 followers and makes her Twitter public - in small moments everyday.
May 22nd, 2019 | Season 2 | 1 hr 23 mins
adulthood, anxiety, community, heart-camp, season-two, travel
Similar to the end of Season 1, our interview this week with Jennifer May is another case of saving the best for last. There’s much of the conversation this week that wraps up many different threads across both seasons of Anthologies of Hope - intricacies of diagnosis with mental health conditions, following along with and feeling like you’re failing at the “checklist of life”, where friends and community play a major part in recovery of both of those, as well as how these will all permeate into everyday life.
We talk about her growth with and through pretty severe anxiety and how she handles that on a regular basis. We dive into a pretty spectacular transformation from a self-ascribed “girl who was afraid of everything” to someone who has challenged herself to being on a plane at least once a month and exploring everything she can!