Healing From Divorce Takes Time And Tears!
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Psalm 30:2 Lord my God, I called to you for help, and you healed me.
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Healing From Divorce After Finding Real Hope!
It Takes Time Healing From Divorce!
Healing from divorce can occur over time with God’s assistance, love, and grace. Divorce tears apart the two who were made one through marriage, so it is painful! The scars will last a lifetime, yet the pain fades over time. It may seem impossible, but it will take some time and some work and walking close to God.
Many of you did not want a divorce like me. Are you wondering what we ought to look forward to in life not being married any longer? There is life after a divorce when God works in your heart to forgive, heal, learn, and then turn the page — going through a divorce that I did not want was extremely painful. It was evident that my ex-wife could not deal with things, and she ended up with her second divorce.
It must have been hard for her, too, but all it seemed as though she wanted a way out. Your story could be similar or maybe entirely different?
Gain Wisdom And Understanding
Learn some tips on how to begin healing from divorce. Divorce is the ripping apart of one flesh into two! Through my experience, separation is one of the most painful things a person can go through. You must consciously make an effort to heal from a divorce, or you will not recover from it entirely.
A straightforward formula to consider when you heal from a divorce, you need to get closer to God. Be aware of your health, you had a divorce, life is not over, but it just has taken an extremely painful detour.
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- What about divorce and remarriage?
Learn How To Discover The New Normal
- When I was first divorced, I spend most of my time with people in my Bible study, and a few others. I did go on a couple “so-called” dates, primarily for companionship and something to do socially, but there was not much of a spark or mutual interest that was probably better since I knew I was not ready for something like dating just after recently getting over a painful divorce.
- There have been times I have been alone yet not lonely. And other times the loneliness can hurt. I have learned to lean on God for His comfort and also a few friends. Life goes on, and you need to determine what your new standard will be, you have input into what your new standard will be by taking, this time, to evaluate and ask God for His guidance.
Is There Life After Divorce?
- Of course, you have a mind of your own, but what I am saying is wisdom not to jump into a new set of problems, this is an excellent time to rediscover God into your life, and also to rekindle old friendships and even make new healthy friendships. Set out to discover that there is life after divorce once you learn how to heal from a divorce. “Divorce is open-heart surgery, emotionally.
- Some people are not willing to give it enough time, and their expectations for recovery are too fast. When you get up and go quicker than you’re supposed to, and you push your healing cycle too quickly, you have to do it over again, and you get a relapse.” Steve Grissom and Kathy Leonard.
Healing From Divorce Will Take Some Help!
A divorce is like an amputation: you survive it, but there’s less of you. ~ Margaret Atwood
Psalm 6:2 Have mercy on me, Lord, for I am faint; heal me, Lord, for my bones are in agony.
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The Great Pain Of Divorce
The bottom line, divorce can be excruciatingly painful, but with God, all things are possible when it comes to healing a broken heart and broken dreams!
As a Christian man, divorce was not an option for me, and I thought my ex-wife, too, by how she discussed things before we got married, but apparently, things change.
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