10 things to remind to your anxious heart!

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Into my chaotic mind

“Anxiety does not empty tomorrow of its sorrows, but only empties today of its strength”  – Charles Spurgeon

As I write about last month’s second Monday, my heart starts to race and pound all over again, all those unpleasant feelings , the anxiety, the jitters, those hot flashes come back to me and cause me the same nausea it had that evening, I feel fear and I feel unexplained restlessness and it’s not pretty! I sit trying to breathe more normally, trying to calm my little heart that’s trying to give up. That’s saying – “no more stress please, I am breaking now!”

Did I have a full-blown panic attack that day?

I do not know. I never had something so awful happen to me. Do I want to find out? I really don’t know!  But all I know is that I do not want to go through it ever again. It took…

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  1. Hi Phyllis,
    I would answer to this scenario…
    If you ain’t saved, then get saved.
    Now that that’s settled…

    Remind yourself in scripture… that you’re a holy, forgiven saint who’s the righteousness of God!

    Now that’ll get anyone grinnin! 👍😇

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    1. This is a repost. I’m with you. I thought her post was very good. Some have anxiety issues which can cause panic attacks which can be as serious as raising blood pressure to the danger zone and risk heart attack and stroke. Her suggestions are practical and helpful for those who are going through tough times.

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