There is no easy way to say “I don’t love you anymore” – but there are kind, compassionate ways to break up with someone you once loved. These seven suggestions will help you be honest and compassionate with someone you don’t love the way you used to.
Dealing with feelings of guilt and even regret after a breakup is a process that takes time. It also takes patience, acceptance and self-forgiveness to learn how to stop feeling guilty for hurting someone you love. These tips will help you replace guilt with forgiveness.
As a divorced (or divorcing) Christian you need strength, encouragement and comfort – and you found She Blossoms! That just goes to show how much God loves you.
You’re still in love, but it’s time to seriously think about how to end the affair. These suggestions aren’t just “breakup tips.” Rather, these ideas for healthy endings will help you see the your affair in a different light. Ending the affair is about rebuilding your self-respect and focusing on why you can’t keep cheating.
Accepting that he broke up with you is hard. Getting past the pain of a broken heart is even harder because it literally feels like you’re dying. When my boyfriend broke up with me, I thought I’d never get over it. I didn’t think I’d ever be loved again — or that I’d even want to love someone else. The pain was all I could see.
After breaking up, you may feel like you’ll never love or laugh again. You may feel lost and broken, alone and unwanted. Do not despair, for you won’t always feel this way! You will get through this season, you will heal and grow forward. This prayer for healing is inspired by something unexpected: a money parable. It’s not one of Jesus’ […]