Don’t we all desire a more peaceful Christmas? Our peace begins to dwindle from November 1st until the decorations come down sometime in January. Then, continues as the credit card bills start coming in. At the same time our peace evaporates, stress and anxiety rise. What a shame when the reason for the holiday is the celebration of the Prince of Peace.
What if I told you that you really can let go of some of the anxiety and overwhelm of the holiday season with some simple ways to create a more peaceful Christmas? Just making these simple changes helped me celebrate from a peaceful place. You can too!
In today’s post, Wendy Blight shares three steps to overcoming fear using truths from the Bible. This process is powerful for freedom from the prison of fear. With God’s word, you can overcome!
How often do I want to do something but don’t because of fear? In His Word, God has already given us everything we need for life and godliness. Use these 5 Bible Verses to overcome fear.
There is no concern quite like the concern a parent has for a child. Especially a parent whose child suffers from anxiety. Worry, fear, and anxiety are crippling. Debilitating. Paralyzing. Parents long to help but just don’t know how. Read more for coping tips during anxiety producing situations as well as what parents should say, what not to say and what to do.
As I watched people come and go in the surgical waiting room, I clearly saw the telltale signs of anxiety: people pacing, others crying, some talked nonstop about nothing of importance to fill the quiet empty space, and most fidgeted in some form or fashion.
I was having to fight hard against the spirit of fear as the clock painstakingly ticked the seconds and minutes by. Thoughts raced through my head faster than a ball in a pinball machine. My stomach also gave my anxious condition away, as I sat feeling like a boulder had grown there overnight.
How do you get rid of worry, fear, and anxiety?
Having been a neuropsychologist for nearly three decades, I can spot the signs: wringing the hands, chewing the bottom lip, and bouncing the leg. For others, the signs might include pacing back and forth, or fiddling with something in their hands. There are days I feel like I can barely walk and talk at the same time but watching them do all that simultaneously could wear me out. The thing was, they aren’t even aware they were doing any of it, but they were all a sign of a much bigger issue: worry and anxiety. The question is, where do anxiety, worry, and fear come from? And, what can we do about them?