Let’s be real. No one knows how you feel except you, truly. Why this is important because only you are the expert in your own needs. The question is, do you take care of yourself and love yourself as you would another person, who you were in covenant relationship with? Covenant relationship—you ‘house’ your spirit. You are accountable to yourself and your Maker for how you care for yourself—physically, emotionally, mentally and sexually.Read More
Author: Jessica Bolen
A pounding in my chest. A sense of disorientation. Emotional numbness. The feeling of impending doom and the overwhelming need to run. Anxiety. Rage. If I had foresight like my hindsight, I would know that these feelings would lead to a blog post about breaking the cycle of emotional triggers, but right now all I can do is hide.Read More
You are not enough. If you were, you would never feel dried up or used up like a wrung out sponge. You aren’t enough to satisfy yourself, to sustain yourself, to motivate yourself, to grow yourself, to keep yourself. Let alone to do that for anyone else. Instagram posts saying that you are enough are inspirational, but isn’t that really code for “accept me for who I am”? Because there isn’t really anyone who could be enough to do all that for themselves. Is there? You Are Not Enough If you are enough to sustain yourself, then we could...Read More
So many people ask: How do you find your spiritual wellness? This is because if spiritual wellness were based upon knowing the right answers in our heads, a lot more people would be spiritually well. How Do You Find Your Spiritual Wellness Spiritual wellness is elusive, because for most, the spirit is elusive. This is tragic in a sense, because for Christians, not knowing how to access your spirit means you won’t know how to access your spiritual wellness. As Christians, it comes down to ONE THING. We have been made righteous by God through Jesus. And because of...Read More
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