Is there a right way to wait? Here we uncover the key to remaining content in any season with Mary Alessi and her daughter Lauren.
Have you struggled with waiting - whether it's getting married, starting your family, finding a new career, or anything else that you are hoping for?
If so, you need to know that there's a right and wrong way to wait.
The Family Business is tackling waiting in this episode, as Mary Alessi and her daughter Lauren reveal how they've overcome worry and found contentment in their unique waiting seasons.
They share insights on keeping our faith, approaching waiting without being worried, and handling the feelings when other people get their blessings before you do.
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