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Wednesday, September 25, 2013

I am stuck in my spirituality, stuck in my sobriety, stuck in medical issues, and even stuck in places I don't want to be stuck in such as life and life issues and other places. And again I asked myself "What is the point?" People say if God brings me to it, then He will walk me thru it.......what if I don't want to walk through it. I am at a place in my being that is stuck way down in a mud puddle.
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  • FRIDA11
    I looked at all the answers you have got.
    I find it really was a good idea to write the blog so you got the view from them.
    3 ggod things I do is listen to some nice music
    Go for a walk or a little tour and see other things
    Talk with people I know
    Sometimes I seek a psychotherapist who has a very positive look at me. It costs money but I always feel better when I have seen her
    1664 days ago
    Praying for you xxxx
    1666 days ago
    remember to take it one day at time stop and take a deep breath and hike on some days we just need to set up our tent and take a break and regroup. and look at how far you have come the mountains and valleys what you have achieved in this journey. we are here to help you hike
    you shared how you felt and didn't sweep under the rug way to go
    this is not a one day hike but its a journey and you can do it bloging about is a huge help take small steps break it into little goals . like others have told we are here to support you. emoticon
    1671 days ago
    Sometimes we are in the valley to grow closer to God and He will lead us out of it. I know because I am in that valley now
    1671 days ago
    Admitting to the dark is a step towards the light beyond it. You have the strength within to make it through this.
    1671 days ago
    Sometimes we have to give ourselves over to God completely before He changes things. We have to be patient and know that He is God and He will provide answers to problems. Have faith and trust. emoticon
    1671 days ago
    Life is a challenge. Keep blogging and realize you are loved and worthy to have a life with blessings. Grab hold and let your friends and family pull you out of the mud. Please know you are precious.
    1671 days ago
    I am here for you. It is good to talk about it. And you are not alone. This is common. Look at the Psalms, especially Psalm 13, 42 and 43.
    1671 days ago
    You are stuck ...Can't climb out, then Look for help. Find someone to talk to, walk with, or just commiserate with. You need help to continue on.
    Lots of great advice here so far. Some from a lot of us who have been there, know your fight personally, and are here, having come through the muck. Most people know you need a bit of help ~ also know that It Too Shall Pass.
    This is not a permanent spot...keep striving...YOU CAN Do This!

    Praying for Strength for you. emoticon
    1671 days ago
  • 68ANNE
    Ive been there
    Just because you don't want to doesn't mean you shouldn't but when in mud puddles make a mud pie.
    1671 days ago

    Comment edited on: 9/25/2013 9:41:54 AM
  • FRIDA11
    agony is part of life
    The bright side of it is that it makes you know
    when you have reason to be happy

    The last 2 blogs you have written have been with a lot of despair -
    Do you have family or friends to talk with
    or contact with some professionals?

    You must seek some sort of help.. At the same time have patience
    The sunny side of life will come
    And right now you have the right to cry - If you can overcome it take a walk and look at something outside you and something pretty that you like
    emoticon It may be difficult to ask for help - At the same time your friends and family will be sorry if you donĀ“t . Pretending to be fine when you are not is very difficult to handle by those who can give you a hand
    1671 days ago
    I'm sending hugs and well wishes your way. I know how frustrating it is to feel stuck in life - I've been struggling all summer. I am taking one day at a time and reminding myself that God is here for us. The Books of Psalms and Ecclesiastes are ones I turn to when I am going through this. They remind me that God is with me and that we all have things to go through.
    1671 days ago
    Sobriety has to come first, the rest hinges on that. I hope you have a group of ladies to walk you through this. It WILL pass, it always does. Everything has a beginning, a middle and an end. There will be an end. When people say "If only I knew then what I know now", that's what they mean. No matter how much agonizing goes into something, it always passes.
    1671 days ago
    HUGS Sorry you are so stressed. Life does have a way of doing that sometimes to all of us. Glad you blogged about it. I hope that at least helped. I know it helps me. We're here for you totalk so hang in there, vent and keep breathing!
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  • MAGA99
    emoticon if u need 2 talk 2 some1 who has been there n gone thru it regularly
    but the 1 thing that I do realize is that blogging about it does help

    1671 days ago
    Some times we NEED to wallow a bit before we are able to WALK or even CRAWL through whatever we're facing... Give yourself some time to do this... then pull yourself together and get on with your life... you may have to PERMIT yourself a predetermined WALLOW time limit each day... and when that times up... no MORE wallowing for that day... get on with life... knowing you can have more WALLOW time the next day... I have had to do this.... shortening my WALLOW time as time went on... it sounds strange but it worked!!!

    Blessings to you....
    1671 days ago
  • JCHIP65
    emoticon emoticon
    1671 days ago
    Do as Dory does, "Just keep swimming!" emoticon
    1671 days ago
    This too shall pass. (I don't know where that comes from, but it's true.) Good luck to you. Glenn
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