Apr 13, 2021
What to Do When Worry Takes Over with Sissy Goff 0:50 Three Ways to Stop Worrying 12:58 What to Do When Your Child Is Anxious with Sissy Goff 38:04 Don't Worry About THIS . . . Resources Christy's Devotional - Living True: 40 Days to Get Back to YouBuild confidence to step into who you were created to be with Christy's devotional, Living True: 40 Days to Get Back to You. https://bit.ly/3sGA6nd Christy's 5-Day Confidence BoostSign up for Christy's free 5-Day Confidence Boost! https://bit.ly/3wcNAcq Business Boutique AcademyGet everything you need to start or grow your business inside Christy's exclusive training group, the Business Boutique Academy. https://bit.ly/3uelKun When you're anxious about something, it's easy to get stuck in your own head. Today, we'll talk about three practical ways to stop worrying. Plus, I get to interview author and counselor Sissy Goff about how to help our kids when they're facing mental health challenges. And we'll wrap up the show with a few journal questions about how we can worry less and trust God more. 3 Ways to Stop Worrying There are a million things we can worry about. And when your thoughts start to run away from you, it's easy to feel overwhelmed and stuck. Here are three ways to stop worrying before it gets out of control. What to Do When Your Child Is Anxious with Sissy Goff My guest for today, Sissy Goff, has been a counselor for 30 years. In our interview, she shares practical tips on how to spot the warning signs of anxiety in our kids and how to love them well through mental health challenges. Don't Worry About THIS . . . "Therefore I tell you, do not worry about your life . . ." Matthew 6:25 (NIV) I love this passage because it reminds us that it's actually possible to train our minds not to worry! Instead of listening to negative thoughts and worrying about the same old problems, we can choose to focus on our heavenly Father, who loves us and is always taking care of us. Easier said than done, right? To help make this truth a reality, spend some time journaling your answers to these questions: What do you worry about the most? How does Matthew 6:25-34 help you remember not to worry? What comfort do you find when you remember that God will take care of you?