Dependency can add to the loss and confusion you feel in grief.
At 43 years of age, I had to figure out just who I was. I could tell you that I liked Christian or country music or that my favorite color was blue, but beyond that, I had been more like a chameleon as I adapted to whatever everyone expected of me.
I’ll share the flip side of such dependency too. If the relationship with your loved one was more negatively dependent, you may not realize that beyond healing from the loss of your person, you must heal from the lack of relationship you expected.
Listen today to see if you are still stuck in the patterns of the past and how to walk into a freer existence with more confidence as you rebuild your life.
WORD of the Week
It is better to take refuge in the Lord than to trust in humans. It is better to take refuge in the Lord than to trust in princes. Psalm 118:8-9
Song of the Week You’re Still God by Phillipa Hanna
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