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How many times have you found yourself in conversations where someone brings up their painful past? It’s the broken record that comes up again and again and all the apologies in the world never seem to make it go away. So why do people do this? And more importantly, what can be done to put the past to rest?
Here’s what’s going on: When a person brings up the past, there is often something they want or need in the present. It’s evidence of what they need right now. It’s a here-and-now problem, not a past problem. That is why apologizing doesn’t work.
Regardless of what happened before, the person bringing up the past is feeling something similar now. They may feel hurt, unloved, insecure, misunderstood, or distrustful right now just like they felt before. They are trying to communicate to you what they need right now. Most likely, what they need is for you to understand how they feel in the present or what they need to change.
Unfortunately, many people do not communicate their needs directly. Some people may not even know what they need. Instead, many people express their needs in the form of complaints. “I need more attention” may come out as, “You never spend time with me,” which would naturally cause you to feel defensive. But defending yourself won’t work because the issue isn’t really about you.
Here are some things you can do to begin to overcome bitterness.
2. Make a plan
3. Stop Dwelling and Retelling
4. Seek Grace
5. Seek Professional Help
What is this I hear that you have CHURCH HURT? Who hurt you? Tune in with Pastor Monica for your 30 Minutes of Empowerment that will change your Life on Purpose. Allow her to help you get rid of your church hurt. God is mindful of you and want you healed.
Go tell someone to tune in and hear what will bless their soul. Bring your Bible, Pen, and Paper so you can write what has settled in your heart down for your rememberance. Getting Rid of Church Hurt, forever
Requested Replay of a great LargeInCharge Oringal - Getting over a Break-Up - When does the hurt stop?
Love, we want it, we think about it, we love to be in love. Everyone wants that one person who will understand them and love them like no other.
With every relationship comes it ups and downs and breaking up is a common thing. It is painful not only emotionally but spiritually and can affect you physically.
When does the hurt and pain stop? What can we do to help in the recovery process?
The second week of the LIVE Radio series, "Life After Death" continues tonight. Tonight we will voyage where very few have gone before down the alley of CHURCH HURT. Have you ever been hurt at church? Felt like you and your family was supposed to be connected to a particular organization and found yourself offended, mistreated or misunderstood. Let's talk about it tonight and see where the conversation takes us!
Love All Humans Hosts: Shawn & Tracy Williams
How can we heal the emotional hurt we have deep in our hearts? Call in to discuss your hurt and how to let it be healed at: 718-766-4494
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The reasons for asking for help and opinions is that it keeps you from thinking that you're doing doing something right when you're doing it all wrong. That's painful to look at.
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This week's guest is Suzanne Perry:
Suzanne Perry is a survivor of a 22 year relationship/marriage during which she was not allowed to talk alone to her own children. She was beaten, raped, and isolated from society. Today she has emerged as a light of hope and proof of a healthy outcome after abuse. She founded Love Shouldn't Hurt.TV a nonprofit organization providing speaking engagements, concert events, support groups, self-help and referrals for men and women who have been impacted by domestic violence. She is a motivational speaker who mentors people in an abusive relationship as well as guide them through it and help them to rebuild their self-esteem and self-respect.
Victim empowerment, public understanding. Find yourself, love yourself, be yourself and be proud; because love shouldn't hurt. Ever.
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Join Women of Wisdom Lynda Kennedy and myself as we discuss ways in which you may improve your life!
We will have a fun show with great storytelling to help you apply these principals in your life!
Give yourself the Holiday gift of Improving your life for the better as we enter into a New Year!
Angels, Life is Always in ALL-WAYS a forward motion, and with that in mind what better way to help yourself AND have FUN at the same time!
BUZZARDSKORNER OF LOVE RADIO will have a great time with Lynda Kennedy checking out fun easy ways that we can do some things in our life that....COULDN'T HURT......MIGHT HELP!
Tuesday December 2nd @ 4pmPAC/7pmEST @www.blogtalkradio.com/buzzardskorner-of-love
Happy Thanksgiving Angels!
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