get out of my head

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i don’t want you here, living inside my head

questioning every decision,

every move I make,

putting useless worry into my mind,

creating chaos that cannot be calmed with relaxation or meditation

you want to destroy me

make me feel as if I cannot get better,  heal,  or live a happy life

 

i want to be lifted up

encouraged,

experience true peace,

 

so find a new place to reside

 

i am kicking you out

for good

 

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68 thoughts on “get out of my head

  1. I envisioned speaking to anxiety and/or depression when reading this.
    Not sure how you meant it, but praying for you!
    God loves you and wants you to know He desires you to have power, love, and a sound mind.
    “For God hath not given us the spirit of fear; but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind.” 2 Timothy 1:7 KJV
    Anyone who wants you to be tormented with fear is not part of the perfect love of God.
    “There is no fear in love; but perfect love casteth out fear: because fear hath torment. He that feareth is not made perfect in love.” – 1 John 4:18 KJV
    Me and God love you, Wendi! We cherish you and want only perfect love for you! ❤
    Jesus has thought you were worth it from the day He stretched out His arms for YOU!

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    • you read this beautifully Gail. chronic illness had created so much anxiety and fear……..today, I determined to kick it out of my life. I pray continuously for help and I feel as if my prayers are starting to be answered! Bless you for taking the time to leave such beautiful passages for me to read.

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      • Remember this feeling of determination. When you feel your resolve slip and the voices and anxiety coming back, think about how you feel now. Get rid of them, they have no place in your life anymore, they’re no use to you. I need to do the same to my own demons. Let’s get ’em gone & close the door! Great piece, Wendi xx

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      • you are absolutely right Caz! I so wish I could bottle the energy and strength that was coursing through my veins as I wrote this piece! as you know CI can wear to down until you feel as if you have nothing left and then the uncertainty and fear……….i am going to do my best to kick all that crap out of my head and i wish the very same for you my dear. Seal the demons out! Bless you for taking the time to visit and leaving such an awesome comment, I appreciate you!

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  2. I felt the pain, and knew if you can remain steadfast in your ideas in this blog post, you may win through. It isn’t easy, living with any chronic illness, people will continually misunderstand you, you will find yourself second-guessing what others think, and even what you even think, sometimes, or often.

    Keep doing what helps you to stay going well, look to help and accept it, because helping will help everyone involved, the one helping and the one helped. Life lived that way will be a good life!

    Best love to you!

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  3. Wendi you are not on your own with this torment and it just takes perseverance. Every time I hear words I no longer wish to interact with. I say be gone this is no longer me. I refuse to listen to you. I ask Jesus Christ to cast out the evil and transmute it to nothingness. I ask Our Heavenly Father to fill the gaps with Joy.

    You must fill the gap with joy or soul love or another negative will walk in to take its place.

    Infuriating Wendi it is. Evil tries to keep gnawing away at us to break us down. We have to slam shut and seal all the doors and portals to hell so none can enter again and ask for your blessings from Our Heavenly to constantly flow through you.

    Take care you are a special soul this is why they attack you so.

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  4. Thank you for sharing!!.. 🙂 Listen to your heart instead of your mind (especially that of others) and you will be fine… 🙂

    “Don’t be pushed around by the fears in your mind. Be led by the dreams in your heart.” ― Roy T. Bennett

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  5. You know that sadly I understand your words all to well. The ego installs fear and lives off of misery. We can’t be strong all the time and sometimes the fear catches up. But just like everything else it changes and better moments are ahead. You are a fighter and this is not how your story ends. You’re just human and I love your fighting spirit.
    I may have some things that can help hopefully soon and hope has returned into my life. Stay tuned. ❤️

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    • bless you for your thoughtful and encouraging words my dear! yes, instilling fear is something my brain is way too good at, and i am sick and tired of it!
      so glad you are here on WP.

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