I’m feeling trapped and abandoned by God. I’m in a situation that has escalated and I don’t know what to do. I fear saying anything to anyone.
Tell me what’s going on, Cynthia.
Praying for you Cynthia.
Praying for you Cynthia! You are not alone ❤
My actions have hurt someone and now I’m being constantly reminded of my wrongs. The verbal assaults are weighing me heavily down. I feel worthless and alone.
When you get a chance, listen to this podcast on “escaping your regrettable past” http://rickthomas.net/podcast/life-over-coffee/ep-67-escape-regrettable-past-2/
Also, read the Show Notes (outline notes).
And then check out this one, “Regret: Lingering Reminders of Our Humanity” http://rickthomas.net/regret-lingering-reminders-of-our-humanity/ This one is an article.
If you’re a supporting member, you can watch a full webinar on True Guilt v. False Guilt from our webinar page: http://rickthomas.net/welcome-webinar-page/ If you’re not a supporting member, no worries; the other things, above, will serve you. And, of course, you have us on the forum.
Thank you. What would I do when it seems as if every little thing is being critiqued? No matter how small the offense it or unintentional. And everything circles back to one issue. I just don’t know what to do.
There is a lot to your good question, and many directions you can go. What I recommend is that you scroll through my “relationship category” articles and save some that jump out to you. You can find them here http://rickthomas.net/relationships/
There are nearly 300, so you can spend months reading and reflecting on this content, which I HIGHLY recommend.
Living in a critical environment has many sides to it, some of which impact the person being critiqued and some that pertain to the person doing the critiquing. There are different things to do for both.
Meaning, there are ways to confront the critiquing person, but that depends on what kind of person he/she is. If he’s humble and receptive and a Christian, that is one thing. If he is not humble and unteachable, that’s another thing.
Again, there is a lot to your very good question. Let our “sanctification center” (website) work for you. I’ve spent years loading the shelves. 😉
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