Sometimes we don’t realize how we get caught up in crazy until it’s too late. Have you ever noticed how much your stress intensifies because you are caught in a briar bush of “crazy” belonging to someone else? Have you ever gotten swept up in someone else’s mess, whether it is from some dysfunction you experienced in childhood, teenhood, or adulthood?
Has this dysfunction left you wounded, as you discover yourself in a state of crouching in the shadows, wrapped up in unexplained emotions like a mummy? Well, it’s time to get moving and reset our resiliency by recovering from the dysfunctions, rediscovering our essence and purpose, and then renewing our spirits, minds, and bodies. This is not about the overall craziness but about self-care in the midst of craziness. Once we discover we can walk steadily after crawling, we pick up our momentum, turning a walk into a stroll, a stroll into a jog, and a jog into a marathon. We can only do this if we redirect our attention from the distractions that divide and refocus our vision on the direction where we are headed.