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You find yourself unable to sleep as well as you used to: unable to fall asleep, waking up many times a night, or waking earlier than you would like.
• You feel more stress than you’ve felt before, which can sometimes be described as a heaviness on your chest.
• You fin...
• You can’t seem to focus or concentrate on things as well as you did in the past; maybe your brain feels “foggy”.
• Instead of coping with reality, you find yourself “escaping from reality” with an unhealthy amount of food, Netflix, scrolling through your feed, alcohol, drugs, sex, etc.
If you can relate to some or maybe all of these symptoms, it’s time to go backward before you can move forward. God is longing to bring healing to your heart from the inside out, and help you move forward in freedom. In order to forget what is behind, as Philippians 3:13, calls us to do, we have ...
The first step to getting unstuck is to acknowledge how we feel. Putting words to your experience and pain allows you to face it. Writing it out, saying it out loud, and sharing your feelings with Jesus is an important step. The worst thing we can do is continue to pretend we’re okay, and just tr...
The next step is expressing it to others. When you feel stuck, you need the help of trusted friends and community to move you in the direction of healing. Express what you’re going through to a friend, and ask for prayer and support. There’s no shame in being honest with how you’re really doing. ...
The third step is simply this: take the next step. For some of you, that means connecting with a licensed professional counselor to work through your feelings and get to the root of what’s causing you to feel stuck. It could be working through pain from your past, hurts from your present, or worr...
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