Lessons from a Bad Mad

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Learning To Be Full Of Grace And Truth.

Therefore confess your sins to each other and pray for each other so that you may be healed. The prayer of a righteous person is powerful and effective (James 5:16, NIV).

One of the things that my daughter Anna is struggling with is asking for help when she is feeling overwhelmed or anxious. It is not that she doesn’t know she needs help, or that she doesn’t want it, but because she is embarrassed to ask for it. She doesn’t want to have to ask for help and she does not want to be judged, ignored, or rebuffed. So rather than put herself out there, she bottles it up. She has a good mask, she is able to hide the fact that anything is wrong for quite a while. But the heart can only hold so much; and so inevitably at some point when the pressure is just too great…

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