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In the past, when I have kept my thoughts and emotions bottled up inside me, I have discovered that it is not a productive thing to do in my life. But, when I first pray about my concerns, that is the best way to do it. But if I still need to talk to someone, then getting wise counsel is a good thing. I found that has been the best plan for success. Chat with someone who cares and can listen and can help you! There is no need to do life on your own. There are those of us who care and want to help you. ~ Bill Greguska
1 Peter 5:7 Cast all your anxiety on him because he cares for you.
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Do not keep your problems to yourself. Chatting online is a way to share your thoughts and feelings safely. The way I have learned to talk with others is to first pray about my situation with God, and then after doing that, I feel it is appropriate to speak to a close friend or pastor. I have talked with Mark Mallwitz and Sue Sauer for many years (1995 and 2003). I appreciate speaking with them since they both point me to Jesus Christ, and what they share with me comes from God’s word. Not everyone has a Mark or Sue in their lives, so in that case, it still is essential to bounce things off of other people, preferably those who know the Lord as their Savior.
Deciding who you want to talk to is an essential first step. I strongly suggest talking to God about things before you consider talking to a person. If you don’t talk about your problems, you may find your growing tensions or feelings burst out inappropriately. You might also notice that things may worsen if you don’t try to get on top of things as soon as possible. When you talk or chat with another person, a burden is divided. When you share the good news, it is multiplied.~ Bill Greguska
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How To Sort Out Your Thoughts And Feelings?
- Talking aloud about what’s going on in your head and explaining it to someone else, even if you think it doesn’t make sense, helps you clarify what you worry about.
- Saying things out loud often makes them less scary, and at least by having to sort through your feelings, you know a bit more about what you’re dealing with and can have a better perspective.
- If you have been keeping things to yourself, a situation can seem way more overwhelming than it is. The person you tell might help you see the problem from a new or different perspective.
- Someone outside the situation will be more objective about what’s going on and might have solutions. If you put some thought into the problem and a possible solution, you can come up with some answers.
- Keeping things inside only lets them build-up, and things can get confusing and possibly more difficult.
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