Do You Give Your Freedom Away?


We know that Christ purchased our freedom, but yet so often we don’t “feel” or “act” free.

We can feel trapped by our circumstances or miserable in one or more of our relationships.

But so often, it is us who creates the problem by what we believe and then choose to give our power and freedom away to people or circumstances unqualified to hold that power over our well-being.

I explore this idea in-depth through my latest post on the Life Mastery Project entitled Do You Give Your Freedom Away.

I would love to have you check it out and get in on the conversation πŸ™‚


Life is hard, and change is inevitable. Sometimes it is welcomed, and other times it is overwhelming. As a child abuse survivor who has struggled with mental illness such as anxiety, PTSD, ADD, OCD, addictions and mountains of self-worth issues, I now find myself resilient, empowered and filled with gratitude most days. But that doesn't come easy or natural. It takes intentionality. It takes faith. It takes patient endurance. It takes incredible amounts of self-awareness, honesty, humility, and courage to make choices that are the polar opposite of how you feel. It takes vision and determination, hope and healing. I'm glad you stopped by my blog, I hope you found something of use as I transparently share my journey with others, the highs and the lows, the wisdom and the blunders, in the hopes that my mess becomes a message of hope, encouragement, and strength for even one person. .
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