If You Feel Stuck


Our doubts are traitors, and make us lose the good we oft might win be fearing to attempt”.  -  William Shakespeare

If you feel stuck and can’t see beyond the chaos within you or in your life I am talking to you. Being a victim of verbal and physical abuse silently wounds and destroys the soul.  It does not matter if you’re high maintenance or no maintenance, being in unhealthy relationships runs deep and drags humility to the ground and depletes the soul into shame.  Making a conscious decision to hold unto a dysfunctional relationship is weaved with fear, learned behavior, false pride believing you can fix them so the abuse will stop.  That deceptive trade-off usually comes at a high price.  When a victim ignores the pain and becomes submissive, losing the spark and passion for life, the abuser will find another target to destroy and blame the victim.  It’s their fault.  If you have become accustom to living in constant crises in the relationship, feeling unlovable, powerless and filled with shame, it is evident you need help.  Sometimes the abused become high achievers who are driven to accumulate recognition and celebrate their victories by drinking which numbs the dysfunction.  Life is a choice to reposition and transform your life.  God is close to us in our darkest times, to bring light into any situation.  Ask God to intervene.  There are hidden treasures to be revealed on the other side of a renewed soul.

Courage begins with an inward battle to become the difference

Life lesson: Weakness and strength relate to each other.  Master your life, share the journey forward with God Positioning Spirit, your personal navigator.  Your life schooling can help others in darkness praying for help.  No matter the challenge, circumstance, situation or how long you have been seeking answers, realize right now you’re facing forward.  Write down your weakness on other side write positive strength of each word.  Become the living model of possibilities on a daily basis.  If someone leaves you because you’re living intentional validates recovery from past associations keeping you dysfunctional.

Life Lesson Questions:

  • What are you not facing?
  • What are you pretending not to know?
  • What is the real issue?
  • What is really important to you?
  • What is your best moving forward?
  • How will your life look like?

Never “for the sake of peace and quiet” deny your own experience or convictions. - Dag Hammarskjold