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Emotional Health

Have you felt like you have been too sensitive?

Or when people say certain things that press your buttons you just shut down or say too much?

Yea, I get it, because that was me!

My emotions moved me to every beat of the wind. I found myself isolating myself and letting my thoughts throw me into depression. I even let the smallest work issues rock my foundation and my family felt the brunt of that. I came to a point in my life where I hit a brick wall in my relationship with God and I was so confused. I was reading the word, fasting, worshipping, and praying. All the things. The crazy thing is, God wasn’t withholding anything from me. I was.

He sent me dreams, visions and even people to speak into the emotional place of my life for healing and I rejected them.


How did this look you say?

Well, I turned down books to read, I would listen to what people would say but not really hold onto what they were saying, receive it and practically implement them in my life. I also turned away counseling or a life coach because I knew God would heal me but I was looking through the wrong lenses.


God calls us to move in unity. We get to be a community and do life together! (Psalm 133:1; Hebrews 10:24-25; Galatians 6:2)

If this is you, I want you to take time to slow down.

Look back at what God already sent you and told you. It may not be going as fast as you want it but just know you are healing and there is restoration in every step you take.


TFSx Ashley Anderson

02.07.23

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