|Oh no! Did I do that?|
If I post anything, it is to add to the conversation on the same general or specific subject; and, I do it to be helpful. For instance, yesterday, I thought what I posted might help someone see how I worked my problem, which was totally a part of my chronic illness. I worked the problem by praying about something over a period of time. However, I felt like I was near a breaking point, so I prayed again; and, I finally had my answer. I don't see that as a problem in dealing with chronic illness. I see prayer as a plus. That means you are giving it to God, instead of spending all your waking hours stewing over something.
I am not having brain fog issues right now; however, for a few moments, I wondered when I found my blog post removed from my own pages. Well, now you may have guessed the social media; so I guess it is alright to say Facebook. I think they do a lot of spam checking by automatic computer programs, so it is possible that the unnamed Page marked it as spam. Isn't it amazing one can have that power on Facebook?
People worry about stuff that gets on their personal pages. We can say no to things we don't want on our personal pages and our professional or wellness pages. Also, it is good to let a friend know (in a nice way) if there is something objectionable coming from their page to yours. Some accounts get phished (I think that is the right word). Don't assume that something you see from a friend is actually from them, if it isn't in character. I don't think we have to be afraid that will happen if we are careful about using passwords that are mixed with capitals, numbers, etcetera.
I do think this blog should share some articles on handling Focus and Distraction. The last article was one way to handle these kinds of problems. And for the problem I was dealing with, that is what worked best for me.
Sometimes, when that beast, brain fog, attacks, I have to also find other ways to manage. So if you got cued wrong, I apologize.
Finally, I will never apologize for my faith in Jesus Christ. I do pray about most things; moreover, I have made it plain from the very beginning of this blog, I will be talking about how my Faith is an important part of balancing my life changes. And I whole-heartily recommend it to everyone.