When people describe the process of healing they say you grief and you hurt and ultimately, you walk away from the situation and accept things for what they are. I want to challenge you all to really think about this process and think about a time where you may have used this healing method, however never truly got over the situation..

Now here is my take on it:

I don't agree with this process because accepting things for what they are is not exactly dealing with the situation at hand, and so is that wound really closed? or did you just put some tape over it?

I believe that healing takes more than just accepting. It is searching for the root of what hurt you and spending time with it. Spending time understanding why it hurt you, letting it hurt you until you find comfort in why it hurt you and what you have to gain from the situation. Then, at that point you have truly forgiven and you are truly free.

"The quickest way to heal is to walk back into the darkness and wait for sunshine to rise again"

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