Focus Area: Identify Your Obstacles
Trying to identify your feelings can be a lonely journey. Especially if no one in your immediate circle is experiencing the same issues.
When you continue to feel alone, it can have a negative impact on your mind and faith as you feel you are the only person on Earth experiencing this disconnect.
So, how can you prevent yourself from going into a bottomless pit?
Remember your circle.
You are never alone. There is always God as well as other resources at your disposal. And while your family and friends may not be able to relate, they can still support you.
Use the list below to seek help on this journey.
- Talk to God daily about your struggles. He wants to hear them. (Matthew 11:28-30)
- Find scriptures relevant to your situation. And in a cozy spot in your home, meditate on them.
- Pray for your brokenness and thank God in advance for your healing. (Philippians 4:6-7)
- Read and reread Psalm 34:17-19.
- Consider connecting with Juanyta so you both can walk though this journey together.
- Talk to a trusted friend, family or church member about your battles.
- Ask a friend, family or church member to pray with and for you.
- Find a support group or forum where people are survivors of your stronghold.
- Tell yourself, it is okay not to have it all together and that God causes all things, both good and bad to work together for your good. (Romans 8:28)
- Remember that God loves you regardless of what is going on right now. (Romans 8:38-39)
This list is not finite. You are encouraged to find additional methods that work for you. What's important is to be intentional in not letting your mind slip.
Knowing you are not alone gives you the courage to fight your battles.
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The information on this page is not intended to be a substitution for diagnosis, treatment, or informed professional advice. If you are in a crisis or any other person may be in danger, use these resources to obtain immediate help.