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  1. Anonymous

    I have been wondering, lately… do you think there is truly a way to heal from this kind of hurt … permanently… this side of heaven? I have thought, time and time, again – thank you, God! My wounds are finally healed! Breakthrough. I am scarred, but whole! And, then, months later, the same wounds were ripped open, again, by yet another trigger.

  2. Racquel Sommer

    That is just beautiful! I have been on a similar journey the past 7 years….I have a 7 year old son who has special needs and I’m also an occupational therapist. I have spent the last 7 years feeling like I was suppose to “fix” my child, I’m in the profession that should know how to do this, but year after year would go by, with no fix and I just got more depresses and wondered why God would do this to me….I didn’t have much of a relationship with God at this point because I was too busy with trying to fix my child myself…about a year ago I was at my lowest point, my sister invited me to a contemporary non denominational church, that day changed my life forever…for the first time in 7 years I realized I don’t have to do this alone, in fact I dont have to do anything, but trust in Him! It has literally changed every aspect of my life!

    • Thank you so much for sharing your story. It’s so easy to get in the habit of feeling like you have to “fix” your kid when there’s special needs involved. I know I’ve dealt with those feelings a lot too! I’m so glad you are in a loving church environment now!

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