Dear Friend,

You’re at a crossroad. Life feels as though it’s spinning out of control and you hate that feeling. You can’t count on yourself anymore. Things that used to be easy (and even fun) now feel like heavy burdens. Some days you don’t even want to get out bed.

You gently landed on this page for a reason. I think you need to hear what I have to say. Because I’ve been there. I stood at that crossroad. And I found help when I needed it most.

My prayer is that this video provides that same help to you.  There is hope, dear one. You are not alone.

Be Still,

Laura

ASKING FOR HELP IS BRAVE & BIBLICAL
Take one look at scripture and you’ll notice that God worked through humans all the time. He didn’t HAVE to, but He did. And He still does today. There are many ways for you to receive help with anxiety through people that God has uniquely placed in your path. Here are the ones I’ve used in my own journey. I proudly call them “my team” and I’m certain they were heaven-sent to be God’s help in my life.

Psychiatrists: a medical doctor specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of mental illness (can prescribe medication).

Psychologists: a specialist in mental processes and behavior (does not prescribe medication).

Counselors: a person trained to give guidance on personal, social, or psychological problems.

Inpatient and/or outpatient treatment programs: intensive care consisting of medical, psychological help as well as counseling.

Naturopathy: a distinct primary health care profession, emphasizing prevention, treatment, and optimal health through the use of therapeutic methods and substances that encourage individuals’ inherent self-healing

Support groups: Often free, these are groups of people struggling with similar situations who can walk with you and share resources. Check out Fearless Women.

Let people help you. Start building your team, knowing that Jesus is owner, provider, and source of their help.

You, too?

REACH OUT YOUR HAND,
MESSY MIRACLE

There is hope  +  You are not alone