Rene Gutteridge has been writing professionally for twenty years, with diversified expertise in fiction, non-fiction, comedy sketches, novelizations, and screenwriting. She is the multi-genre author of 24 novels. Her indie film SKID won deadCenter’s Best Oklahoma Feature in 2015, and in 2016 her novel My Life as a Doormat was adapted into the Hallmark movie Love’s Complicated. She is co-director of WriterCon in Oklahoma City and is the head writer at Skit Guys Studios. She is co-writer on the feature film Family Camp, due out in theaters in Spring of 2022. Find out more at ReneGutteridge.com.
What you will learn in this episode:
How is offense showing up in our world currently
Why it’s important to point out offense when you’re seeing it at the moment
How to balance defending yourself without being offended
Why you need to realize how unholy you are and gain humility to reduce offense
What are the different ways that offense can manifest in your life
How being hurt without being offended gives you the opportunity to reconcile