Life is a journey, not a game. It’s alright if it takes time, as long as you don’t give up hope for healing, new dreams, and the eventual battle for your heart.
We should never allow the past to haunt our present and ruin our future.
We often exchange believing in others with placing our faith in others. That may sound the same, but it’s incredibly different.
If you have ever struggled with self-harm, thoughts of suicide, or any other mental health battle that leaves you feeling hopeless, I pray you know that you are loved more than you realize in your darkest moments.
“This is dangerous ground to tread on. There is pretty much no way I can write this post without stepping on a mine that is an unhealed wound from a past experience of someone. That said, I still feel it is an important topic to address because we are all designed for community.” – Pastor Hunter Wright