Christian Relationship Break-Up
How to Recover From a Break Up
Help for the Broken Hearted
Consider what brutal terms are used for the ending of a relationship: a bust up, split up, break up, given the boot, dumped, kicked out, ditched, jilted, rejected.
No matter how much you tell yourself, “I should be over it by now,” these very terms reflect how deeply wounding it is to suffer the ending of a relationship, no matter how amicable it seemed.
For some of us, the big illusion is that immediately plunging back into another relationship will stop the emotional hemorrhaging, but getting back into the firing line while still wounded (no matter how much you tell yourself you are ‘over it’) means you are bringing into the new relationship unresolved issues that will damage or perhaps even ruin the new relationship.
There's a reason why God put it in my spirit to talk on this subject today. Hopefully it helped someone. You can click on the link below to read this article in its entirety.
Psalms 147:3, "He healeth the broken in heart, and bindeth up their wounds."