Button lag due to blink sequence

I'm programming a sequence where I have a status LED to indicate mode 1 or mode 2. There is a button that changes modes with one push. When the code is just "light on in mode 1, light off in mode 2" there are no problems.

I would like to make mode 2 light into a blink sequence instead of an off state, however when I do this it is interfering with the button press. Instead of one press to get back to mode 1, I have to now hold the button to trigger the mode change. The length of time I need to hold it depends on how long the blink delay is. There seems to be a sweet spot where the button takes the input, but I can't figure out why or how to stop it.

//EDIT MODE

if (digitalRead(buttonEdit) == LOW && Edit == false)
{ delay(500);
Edit = true; }

if (digitalRead(buttonEdit) == LOW && Edit == true)
{ delay(500);
Edit = false; }

//Status light

if (Reset == true && Edit == false)
{    digitalWrite(ledPinStatus, LOW);   }

if (Reset == false && Edit == false)
{    digitalWrite(ledPinStatus, HIGH);   }

//the part causing the problem

if (Edit == true)
{
delay (1000);
digitalWrite(ledPinStatus, LOW);
delay (1000);
digitalWrite(ledPinStatus, HIGH);
}

Non-blocking timing tutorials:
Several things at a time.
Beginner's guide to millis().
Blink without delay().

Avoid using delay, use millis() instead to measure interval. separate everything into functions and call them with interval

Worked like a charm! Thank you so much!