Hello again! I’m back! I’m sorry I left you hanging. I was working on getting back to a normal routine, but also, honestly I was giving into my fears.
Fears of being rejected. Fears of what others think of me. Fears that I could help someone.
The truth is, you can have tools, and know how to use them, but it doesn’t help if you don’t use them.
I just taught a lesson at church on a talk by Elder Dale Renlund. He talks about how you can have a match and kindling and wood ready to burn. However, the fire won’t start until you light the match and put it in the kindling.
It’s also kind of like that story of the boyscout who went camping and was cold all night long. When he complained to his leader, the leader asked him if he had a sleeping bag. The boyscout confirmed that he did have a sleeping bag, but confessed he never unrolled it because he didn’t want to have to roll it back up again.
I wasn’t using the tools I have for a little bit. So instead of being here with you, I’ve been hiding in the cave for a few weeks.
You know what I remembered? It’s just as uncomfortable hiding in the cave, as it is to come out and face my fears.
I know it’s scary, but you don’t have to do it alone. I would love to help you with whatever you’re struggling with right now. If for nothing else, to help you find a glimmer of hope. Sign-up for a free coaching session. I can’t wait to meet you!