Stuck at 5 CM

January 21, 2020 - Comment

“And when your world is flipped upside down and everything has just done a 360, don’t panic. It may have just turned you in the direction you were meant to be all along.” -Regan LongIn Stuck at 5 CM, Regan Long walks us through the biggest storm of her life, as she shares that she,

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“And when your world is flipped upside down and everything has just done a 360, don’t panic. It may have just turned you in the direction you were meant to be all along.” -Regan LongIn Stuck at 5 CM, Regan Long walks us through the biggest storm of her life, as she shares that she, as we all are, are faced with two choices when we find ourselves there. When you’re scared and stuck and simply sinking, you feel as if you’re drowning out in the middle of the ocean with no help in sight, one of two things are bound to happen:1. You give up hope and sink.2. All of a sudden you become one hell of a good swimmer.The difference for me?Every time my back has been thrown up against the wall… well, I have become one hell of a swimmer. God met me halfway and took what was meant to destroy me and instead used it to abundantly bless me. “Regan’s intense vulnerability broke down barriers that I’ve put up for decades.””Regan went where most are afraid to go; her brutal honesty is admirable.””Bold and brave – Regan just broke barriers for millions.””Someone else’s brutal honesty has never been more refreshing.””If there was ever a person who could make broken look beautiful, it’s Regan.””A short masterpiece that needs in the hands of every adult.””Regan is both bold and brilliant – this read will move and impact millions.””Regan is a master at delivering what most are afraid to share.””Her faith brought back my faith; I haven’t felt this inspired in years.””Getting unstuck never felt so good. I took the scariest first step into transforming the rest of my life.””Simply transcendent – her story took me to a place I have needed to go to for some time now; I had to first go a little lower before I could take my first step up and over.”

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