To admit it may require an uncomfortable level of honesty.
The realization may only break into our thinking in a fleeting moment of clarity.
But under the surface, it’s always there.
Like a throbbing pain suffered so long we’re able to ignore the constant discomfort.
Our “stuckness” may take different forms
– relational, financial, emotional, physically, spiritual –
but let’s not delude ourselves by ignoring it, calling it something it’s not,
or silly talk of “I’m okay, you’re okay.”
I’m not okay, and you’re not okay.
The question is … how do we get unstuck?