You are going through grief right now but life around you goes on as it always has. That in itself seems wrong, but are you dealing with the same expectations from others in a different way?
As Christians we tend to take on others’ problems in an unhealthy way because we feel or were taught, we are supposed to. But are we?
In grief, for the first time in my life, I had boundaries. During grief, I didn’t care who thought I was being selfish or what anyone thought of me because I didn’t have enough energy to do anything but make it through the day myself.
Today we’ll look at how to set healthy boundaries in grief and for the rest of your life. And I’ll tell you the answer to “how do I know when to say yes and when to say no?”
WORD of the Week Watch over your heart with all diligence,
For from it flow the springs of life. Proverbs 4:23
Song of the Week Matter by King & Country
Click Here to take Action Now – “The First Year of Grief. How to Survive with Hope and Heal.”
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Read about Monica’s entire Journey, Dying to Be Healed – Book – Grief2GreatDay
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