2. Assess your Stress
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The concept of food hijacking my brain gives me a visual that will help me stop ad ask the question “Will this help solve the problem”.
PERFECT question, Barb!
I have a lot of work to do. The problem is I do not know what is stressing me.
Hi Wayne – just now seeing this. If you are unable to identify specific sources of stress, I recommend checking out the Stress Inventory here as a starting point: https://www.stress.org/holmes-rahe-stress-inventory
To go to God word. Renew my mind. To pray. , To connect with the Holy Spirit To praise Jesus for He is worthy
Sounds like a good plan, Sandy!
Interesting thought from this video – having foods at home that are a temptation may be a source of stress, causing you to have food fights with yourself! Not actually having junk food at home didn’t stop me from buying them whenever I was out!! Of course, this would lead to me spiralling into a train of thought like “I shouldn’t eat this,” “I failed again today,” “I can’t resist it anyway,” etc. So, our THOUGHTS can be stressful, even if our situation isn’t. I have never thought of it like that before, so it’s one to remember.
Praise God, Sandra – I am praying that He continue opening up your Spiritual eyes in the matter so that you can see how to remove any avoidable stress in your life! The way I see it, life is hard enough without fighting battles that you don’t need to fight 🙂
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