Rejected(him)

It’s difficult to watch someone you love struggle with feeling unwanted. I want to say, “Forget it. Who cares!” Sometimes I actually do say something like that. Let me just say that it never has the intended affect.

She was very angry with me for some reason, but I could tell it wasn’t about me. When I used the word rejected and saw her tearing up, I knew the word resonated. My heart sunk. I’ve been praying the she would find some friends after giving up many active friendships to move to Imago and downtown.

Even though I am often saddened to see her burdened heart, I was elated when I read “I can still choose joy, and patience and love, and today I am making that choice.”

It’s been great to hear her talk of some recent conversations she has had with some ladies at the church.

Published by Tiffanie Lloyd

I am a detail-oriented and energetic multi-tasker traveling at the side of my best friend, and momma to eight amazing kids. God has gifted me with creativity; I'm an entrepreneur, writer, and photographer with a passion for women's health, particularity in childbirth. I'm a Parenting and Childbirth Educator, Doula, Breastfeeding Counselor, and working toward certification as a Holistic Nutritionist. Thanks for stoping by! Be sure to check out my archives, and sign up for notifications about new posts!

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