Ever Changing Life

Life has taken an unexpected turn.

I am currently thrust into full time work at a doctor’s office. The money will be a blessing, but the gift of precious time severely restricted.

Happier times once again!



I look at this opportunity with a purpose in mind…there is reason God has presented this job. Not one thing happens by chance, therefore I open my eyes. I wait. I pray. I listen.
This job dictates a slightly different format. Monday will become conversational and short…a snippet into how my life and marriage is today…so that you too can believe in your healing.

The form of betrayal that has hit your life may not include adultery but rather some other scenario, and even if it does involve adultery you may or may not have the opportunity to restore your marriage. So although our stories may have variation, where they intersect and have relevance is in the necessity for personal inner healing, for we all have a desire to live a full life of love and joy once again.

For this reason Wednesday will include a blog specifically with you in mind. This post will focus on “how to” heal from betrayal.

Friday will remain a short inspirational guest blog, recommended music link, quote, Scripture, or poem to encourage you through this painful season of life.

My prayer is to inspire healing...

from every type of betrayal, so that no matter what your personal circumstances are, you will emerge healed and whole.

Hope you tag along.

 
I Sin, You Sin, We All Fall Down
Encouragement For Today
 

Comments 4

Guest - Suzie Zanewich on Monday, 04 June 2012 07:19

Blossom, I can relate to your experience when you say that this crisis demanded you open Pandora’s box and deal with the suppressed damage that began in your childhood. I know from personal experience that feelings buried alive never die. I too, am dealing with issues from my childhood that I thought I left behind.
Betrayal is defined in the dictionary as : to be unfaithful in guarding, maintaining or fulfilling or to desert in time of need. Abandonment is : to withdraw protection, support or help from.
Betrayal and abandonment are similar in that they both leave you feeling deserted, unsupported, unprotected and unloved, especially in time of need. These actions which were either done to us or withheld from us leave us feeling worthless and unlovable.
2 Kings 20:5 “This is what the Lord, your God…says: I have heard your prayer and seen your tears; I will heal you.” I know this to be true because He is healing my wounded soul. I would like to affirm what you say in offering hope and healing to your readers. Empathy, compassion, understanding, hope and healing are the words we need to hear, to feel, to believe in.
I look forward to following you on your journey of healing.
Blessings, Suzie

Blossom, I can relate to your experience when you say that this crisis demanded you open Pandora’s box and deal with the suppressed damage that began in your childhood. I know from personal experience that feelings buried alive never die. I too, am dealing with issues from my childhood that I thought I left behind. Betrayal is defined in the dictionary as : to be unfaithful in guarding, maintaining or fulfilling or to desert in time of need. Abandonment is : to withdraw protection, support or help from. Betrayal and abandonment are similar in that they both leave you feeling deserted, unsupported, unprotected and unloved, especially in time of need. These actions which were either done to us or withheld from us leave us feeling worthless and unlovable. 2 Kings 20:5 “This is what the Lord, your God…says: I have heard your prayer and seen your tears; I will heal you.” I know this to be true because He is healing my wounded soul. I would like to affirm what you say in offering hope and healing to your readers. Empathy, compassion, understanding, hope and healing are the words we need to hear, to feel, to believe in. I look forward to following you on your journey of healing. Blessings, Suzie
Guest - Blossom Turner on Sunday, 24 June 2012 12:58

Great addition to the post. Thank you Suzie.

Great addition to the post. Thank you Suzie.
Guest - Jim Bogaert on Saturday, 16 June 2012 18:12

You made some good points there. I did a search on the issue and found most guys will agree with your website.

You made some good points there. I did a search on the issue and found most guys will agree with your website.
Guest - Blossom Turner on Sunday, 24 June 2012 12:57

Thanks for the encouragement.

Thanks for the encouragement.
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