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Solve the Problem In Your Own Time — 12 Comments

  1. That’s right, Janeane. It takes time, and everyone is different. I am proud of you for standing up for yourself and giving yourself as much time as it takes to heal after this terrible event.

  2. I am happy to hear your story, to learn of your recovery! I am taking my time and experiencing the steps along the way.

  3. Very good article! I always tell the story of when I had a stroke at age 33, and it starts with: “one year later, I found myself in a restaurant in Vermont, looking in the mirror and amazed how awesome it was to be alive. I thanked God right then!” That’s because it took a YEAR to crystalize everything, accept, understand, and move past the incident, and I had ZERO lasting effects from my stroke. You do need time to process and move on.

  4. Thank you for praying for our family. My reactions vary on the situation and I am learning to be comfortable with that fact.

  5. I like knowing I can control my reaction because so much of life is beyond my control. It is nice to be able to pick my reaction pace. I am learning to do that better each day.

  6. Thank you for your prayers! I try to teach my kids the same lesson you are teaching yours. I can do something in this moment to make my life better. Yesterday is done and who knows what tomorrow brings, but I can control right now I can take this moment and make it mine in my own way.

  7. I am one of those people that takes a while to move past things or to move towards a big change. Some people can just adjust quickly, others take longer. While I may not be as speedy as some, I know when I do get to my place of healing that I am truly healed. Thank you for this post. I continue to pray for your girls and am so glad they are both home!

  8. That’s advice I always give also, “we can’t control life, but we can control our reactions to what happens in life.” Sometimes a slow reaction to a problem that needs to be solved is the best way to go.

  9. I personally don’t rush people or myself. I teach my kids this when it comes to them or anything they may be involved in…you have a choice on how to react, you can get upset and go crazy which does nothing but possible make something worse. OR you can say to yourself, in that moment…what can I do to affect or chnage this and take it from there. Prayers to you for your strength and your daughters full recovery.

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