148: Normalizing Differences

Episode 148 October 15, 2019 00:55:48
The Christian Artist
148: Normalizing Differences

Show Notes

This week we're talking about when normalizing "differences" is good and when it's not. What does that mean? Listen to the episode to find out!

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