Fact: we will get hurt by peomend-broken-heartple. Fact: we will need to work to heal.  Fact: Part of healing is sharing.  Question: Who do we open up to?  It’s important to identify the circle of trust you can open up to when you’ve been hurt. NOTE: be careful identifying this circle. I have been guilty of loosely-defining my “circle of trust.” If we go outside our God-appointed circles to share our pain, we end up gossiping with people who aren’t meant to be in-the-know and possible setting us up to get hurt again. So who do we talk to? Remember this: before I say it, let me pray it. Go to GOD before you go to people.  This brings God into it. He will send the right ones with the right hearts to receive your pain in the right spirit. Jesus modeled this when He was in pain. On the night He was betrayed, only his circle of trusted disciples heard about his pain and tended to him. Another thing is when we have been hurt by people, it is good to talk about it. Stuffing it is NOT good!  Again, read the account of Jesus’ last days in the bible. He gave the perfect display of expressing (not stuffing) pain. Maybe you are thinking, “But I have no one I can go to.” I have been there. And I would encourage you to go to Jesus and a Christian counselor. I hope this encourages someone today. God’s Best to you.

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