4 Tips for Surviving Long Journeys

  1. Seek God’s Face — Solitude time. Time away from all the noise of the world…people, internet, TV, etc. To listen for God’s path, road, trail, journey, adventure, adoptionvoice.
  2. Spend Time in God’s Word–meditate on Philippians 4:8 and Philippians 4:13 and Romans 8:1-2.
  3. Surround Yourself with Encouraging Words – through praise music and people who speak words of encouragement everywhere they go.
  4. Support Others – I find myself strengthened and encouraged and blessed when I spend time seeking out others going through difficult times in their lives whom I can encourage and bless.

When your journey is long or challenging or full of obstacles, what is the Velcro in your life that helps you hang on and not give up?

For more on my inner Velcro see--http://delanasworld.wordpress.com/2012/02/29/inner-velcro/.

See also:

4 Tips to Prepare Emotionally to Parent an Adopted Child

What to Expect the First Year After Adopting

Unique Adoption Journal

Year for Year (How long will it take for attachment?)

7 Tips for Surviving the Wait

 What is a Paper Pregnancy

The Stages of “Pregnancy” in Adoption

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3 thoughts on “4 Tips for Surviving Long Journeys

  1. Amen! I also like to include exercise into the mix as it sometimes is a way to kickstart my attitude and help me refocus on the changes in life.

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