Nana Holds from Coffee Hour @ Chicklit Power

Coffee Hour @ Chicklit Power...

Coffee Hour @ Chicklit Power…

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Ah, it’s so good to be with you again. Thanks for stopping by. Grab your coffee and let’s get into another symptom of confusion and the relationship infection. I’m so excited to share the breakthroughs from this symptom and how He has used an incredibly special three-year-old to accomplish this!

“Do you think that you sometimes might be crazy?” Hmm, that’s a great question for a woman in menopause! Oh, sorry, we’re talking about co-dependency! 🙂

This one actually grabs at my heart and steals my breath away, not because I wondered this about myself as I shared at the event, but something happened a month and a half later that definitely brought that question to the forefront of my heart and mind in the heat of it all. But let me stay on track. That’s for upcoming days in this series!

Yes, I absolutely still have those moments when I wonder if I’m going crazy, where I wonder if I’m just imagining things about others’ behavior or is it my intuition, and if it’s my intuition, is it being hypersensitive? This is why, and I can’t stress this enough, we must meet with Him first thing in the morning to start off on solid ground, to arm ourselves against the thoughts that tend to sneak into the back door of our mind. And that’s not to say that those thoughts won’t sneak up on us and in us throughout the day, because they will. But the more truth we feed our mind, the less space there is for lies!

If we have relied on others for self-esteem, security and overall emotional wellness, as we come to a greater understanding of just how unhealthy that is, we will experience a great level of resistance and that will create a sort of confusion and questioning of what we are learning. Hence, the question of going crazy will probably scream its loudest in the midst of conflict in and with those we have come to depend upon.How We Love book pic

For me personally, by the time I stood sharing at the event, I was probably right in the middle of that symptom, learning how to check for an undivided heart, even in the midst of conflict. As I mentioned, it doesn’t mean that question hasn’t haunted me again. When it comes to establishing a boundary or drawing a line, that question no longer screams at me, but there still is a whisper of it… going in one ear and out the other!

Think about this and ask yourself, when it comes to drawing a boundary to establish a healthier you, is it uncomfortable and do you question yourself, wondering about your sanity? If you do, you are right on target!

Finally sane,


Nana Holds!

Nana Holds!


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