Trusting my Decision

I realized today that I really suck at make decisions on my own.  I can’t just speak out “YES” or “NO” without seeking further input on a decision.  Maybe it’s because I’ve been known to be too spontaneous for my own good.  Or because I’m fearful that I’ll make the wrong decision, so at least I can fall back on the others and feel that I sought out all the information I could at the time.

As I emailed friends and family this morning about the overwhelming feelings I have about working multiple jobs, I know deep down this is a decision I need to make, but with a plan.  Not just a career decision, but a faith decision.  Trusting not only in myself, but in something higher to guide my path even if I feel I’ve made the wrong decision.  Trusting that I will be provided for.  Trusting that doors will open when the timing is right.

Trust.  Decisions.  Both things I am not so good at.

I constantly worry about being assumed lazy, inadequate, or not doing enough.  I don’t know what I need to do to prove to myself that I have never been any of the above?  How often do I need to open doors to feel overwhelmed before I see that I am doing all I can and beyond what I should?

How do you?

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  1. Hi again Brenda,
    How could you ever not trust your decisions? Just look at the wonderful choice you made in marriage. I just read yours and Kevin’s story and am so impressed with your strength! How blessed you are to have had such a love. Trust yourself, but most of all trust
    Abba(daddy)Father. As long as nothing is pressing, don’t get in a hurry with your decision, and, yes it is very wise to seek counsel from others.
    This I know for sure, God does not intend for us to be so overworked that we are stressed and worn out on a regular basis. When I am at my busiest and stressed out I know he calls to me to stop and rest in Him so that I can hear Him.
    Blessings (and REST) to you,

  2. This site is helpful for women whose marriage is in crisis . When you are threatened with your marriage breaking up it feels like your life has suddenly come to an end particularly if you you didnt see it coming. This advice helps

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