• Leaders: Caring For Others

    Did you know that if you don’t take time to heal or process your past trauma, it can affect how you lead and how you see yourself and others?

    Healing allows us to reclaim our power. It will enable us to fit the pieces back together in such a way that so that we are stronger than ever before.

    Healing allows us to define ourselves as survivors, not as victims.

    We can become a voice for those who have not spoken out yet. We can help and minister to those from a pure and authentic place, not from our views and opinions but the word of God. I can’t tell you how many clients have said to me that they saw a therapist, and the advice they gave them came from a broken place and not a whole place.

    For example, your spouse may have cheated or left you for someone else but then as soon as a person tells you that they are having marital or relationship problems, you tell them that men or women are no good anyway and leave.

    No, that is from their flesh and not from the spirit of the Lord. This is an area that you would need to heal in. Again, When you start having irrational thoughts, ask yourself why and where that thought came from.

    Measure it against the Word of God.

    If you are ready to heal from past trauma, feel free to reach out and let’s get started today!

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