For many of us, the devil, if there is such a thing, does not visit with temptations of glamorous or depraved sins. Instead, the devil whispers self-doubts where they aren't deserved: that we have failed when we haven't, that we haven't met an imaginary standard. Today, stand up to self-doubt. Be more firm and confident in defense of yourself.
Tarn Wilson is the author of the memoir The Slow Farm and numerous essays. You may read more of her work at tarnwilson.com.