Blessing the Brokenness
Relationships always have something important to teach you – but it’s not always easy figuring out the lesson.
The Blessism for Brokenness is one we can all relate to at one time or another in our life.
When our relationships break us, one of the best things we can do is to remember to stop and take the appropriate amount of time to heal.
We might also feel broken if a spouse or partner dies. Taking that time to honor your loved one, even in the grief, can help you appreciate the memory and how much they meant to you.
The lesson is it’s OK to take a relationship break every so often, and sometimes even necessary for our mental health.
Blessism for Brokenness
I bless all those times in my life when I may have felt a sense of brokenness within my relationships.
I know I can learn something even in dark times or times of sadness.
One positive thing I can do is to give myself some time off for healing.
It’s OK to take a relationship break, and even necessary.
I can find some hope and value even in the process of grieving.
I can use this as a time for self-renewal so when I am ready for a healthy relationship, I can give it my best.
I bless and am grateful for all of the relationship challenges I have gone through in my life.
Challenges help me learn and adapt and grow.
Looking back shows me how strong I truly am.
I know I deserve the absolute best in love and in life and for that I am grateful – thank you!
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BLESSisms are an excellent way to find joy in difficult times. When you start focusing on those moments of joy, you realize how far you have already come. You start feeling grateful for the challenges you have overcome. You tap into new sources of strength and resilience.