Putting the Piece Back Together

When I think of this subject the first thing that came to mind was a large puzzle and the time that it takes to put it all back together again in an effort to get the complete picture. Come on somebody.

Key number one Pieces:

When we are broken, the normal tendency may be to run and hide. To shut down. To overcompensate and underestimate. Why? Because brokenness leaves you in pieces. And when not careful, WE will become the shell to our wounds. Come on, somebody. Come out of hiding. Meaning a part of you was left in that old relationship. Another aspect of you may be left in your childhood because you are still angry at your high school teacher who told you that you would never amount to anything. Come out of hiding. It is time to gather yourselves.

Key number two is Fragile:

Being broken will leave you vulnerable and fragile. You may even become hypersensitive. Snapish or you may even experience unexplained outbursts? Why? Because healing is mulitidemential and holistic, and healing too can be transformative. Healing is a process that guides you along your journey. Healing to can make you halt in the middle of your next step. But to emerge from a fragile state of existence, a fundamental principle of healing involves not just physical repair but repairing the mind, body, and spirit.

Key number three is Change:

Healing the broken part of you will take time. You may be at a go-between feeling loss with yourselves and your circumstance, and you don't know how to get out. Listen to me. You can become completely new when you understand that being broken leads to healing which leads to Change. Come on, somebody. The Change will cause a transcending effect within you due to your distress, suffering, and emotionally diseased state of mind. See family. Healing will challenge you to change in the present and when you reach your destination.

Here's your empowerment quote for today by ― David Richo, who once shared, "Our wounds are often the openings into the best and most beautiful part of us."


Firth, K., Smith, K., Sakallaris, B. R., Bellanti, D. M., Crawford, C., & Avant, K. C. (2015). Healing, a concept analysis. Global advances in health and medicine, 4(6), 44-50.


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