"Yet a time is coming
and has now come when the true worshipers will worship
the Father in spirit and truth, for they are the
kind of worshipers the Father seeks." - John 4:23

My Heavenly Daddy is healing
me from the inside out.

Transparency is Real.
Many times painful.

Daddy let me be secure in You only!

Friday, July 22, 2011

CIRCUIT OVERLOAD


Yesterday in t. we picked up on where we left off the following week. Lately I tend to draw a blank and have to be reminded for some reason what was covered. It is like, "oh yeah yeah, that is right we did talk about that." Glad someone remembered.

So where does my mind go in a weeks time? Some times I wonder. Poof!

It is not that I am not putting into action the "tools" I am learning in t. during the week. It is just when I have a lot going on emotionally, my brain circuits fire up and scream "overload." Verbally I am not much of a talker. But, when I get this way it is like, ah, duh, ummm..... woooo ....

When I am like this my depression worsens and I tend to forget more. Depression can do that.

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  1. yes it does, but it does happen to many of us as well just with the pace of the world in which we line which might just be part of the problem...

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  2. AnonymousJuly 22, 2011

    GUILTY HERE AS WELL. BUT YOUR RIGHT. WHEN YOUR UNDER MORE STRESS THAN NORMAL AND OVERWHELMED WITH DEPRESSION YOU CAN FORGET MUCH MORE. GOOD INSIGHT.

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  3. JBR sorry you're having difficulty remembering. Don't fret as Brian said it does happen to many of us because of the fast pace of the worlds demands. And to have a journey going on at the same time, you're doing quite well in my opinion. God's in control. God Bless.

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  4. I have those moments more then I should. I also let to many things build up and then I really forget. Your not alone here, I am sure there is more people then even I know.

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  5. Stress can make you forget as well. You have been under a lot of stress lately.

    Blessings,
    <><

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  6. Oh my goodness! I'm the EXACT same way! I think that therapy is always so emotionally charged for me that it interferes with my memory. In fact, if I've had an important session that I want to write about on my blog I write down what we talked about because sometimes I can't even remember that night! I carry a little notepad with me-- maybe you could do the same if you wanted to?

    Wishing you well,
    NOS

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  7. JBR,
    Sending you a big hug. It's really hard on the body to be under stress almost constantly, my friend. Please take care. My prayers are with you.

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  8. Didn't know depression could do that. Sorry for your pain.

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  9. Take time to breathe, beyond the everyday in and out.

    Peace..
    have a wonder filled weekend

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  10. We find answers in the silence, praying for you dear.

    Isaiah 30 .... 15 This is what the Sovereign LORD, the Holy One of Israel, says:
    “In repentance and rest is your salvation,
    in quietness and trust is your strength,.."

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  11. praying for grace to focus on one simple
    bit of beauty instead of wrestle with
    the whole mass
    ...simply shepherd led.
    Easy yoke, light burden blessing to you,
    Jen

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  12. soooo hard, i totally understand. i've been struggling quite a bit lately, trying to fight off the dark clouds that threaten to consume me. but when i forget things that i really should remember it's maddening. i find myself easily defensive because it really irks me that i can't be depended on anymore for the info i used to be able to retain so easily. ughhh. definitely a downer. i think we have to allow ourselves those rough, sappy, frustrated, mad days where we pour out our frustrations at the foot of the cross so that he can help pick us back up. so that we can have the non-depressing, uplifted, excited, spreading the joy of the Lord wherever we go whenever we can days. :) hang in there, i've ridden this roller coaster of emotions, and it does come back 'round again. {hugs}

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  13. Oh, I so understand. I am finding lately that stress for me is reeking havoc on my memory. CIRCUIT OVERLOAD, indeed!

    Praying for you, my friend! I hope you can take some time for yourself to just relax, unwind, and DECOMPRESS!

    Blessings~
    Laura

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  14. We need a surge protector for our brain! I can totally relate to this. So sorry. ((HUGS))

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