One is “Broken But Surviving.” That’s where you struggle every day just to keep it together. Much like this bandaged tree in my yard. A rain storm battered this lovely little tree, and it broke in two. When I discovered it the next day, it reminded me of how I used to feel most of the time. Like I was split down the middle and had found a way to tape myself together.
The other is “Broken But Healing.” That’s where you try new things, take chances, sustain a few bumps and bruises along the way, but keep going because it’s all good. It’s all part of the healing process. Much like when I tried wakeboarding for the first time this summer. Great fun until I crashed hard and pulled a hamstring. So I iced, rested, healed, and now I’m ready to try it again.
The only way to heal from child sexual abuse is to step out of your comfort zone and take chances. Mishaps will be part of your healing journey. That’s a given. But it’s all good. All totally worth it.
Are you a bandaged, broken tree struggling to survive? Or are you a courageous Wakeboarding Adventurer, navigating your healing journey? The choice is yours!
If you’d like to move from “Broken But Surviving” to “Broken But Healing,” I’d be happy to teach you how to make that wonderful transition. Follow (this link) to reserve a FREE 30-minute session with me. My calendar is filling up fast with these sessions, so don’t wait. Let me help you heal your life. Reserve your spot NOW!
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