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I Was Irritated.

So, when I got home, I vented to someone about someone.  Someone was removed from someone’s life, so I felt it wasn’t really bad of me. 

And then that night, someone cleared up the situation with love and care.

And then the next week, someone spoke words of amazing, amazing encouragement to me.

And I’m all love for someone!

So, I’m wondering if it would have been more beautiful a story if when I got home, I went to my room, shut the door, knelt by my bedside and just bitched to God about everything that was boiling inside me.

  • JFinn
    Posted at 12:45h, 15 March Reply

    Just a fantastic sign of maturing with age 🙂

    • Rosanna Tomiuk
      Posted at 19:38h, 15 March Reply

      Thanks, poolside-preacha 🙂

  • Sarah-Jeanne
    Posted at 19:31h, 15 March Reply

    Peut-être la fin aura-t-elle été plus belle.

    But how about the story itself?

    Whenever something difficult happens to us, we’re told “Don’t worry, it’ll get better” And it gets better, it does. But what should we do in the meantime?

    I understand that it feels good to pray or to write about it ; keeping it to yourself while letting it out. But how about talking with someone? Someone who might tell you that it wasn’t your fault, or help you realize you’re part of the problem. Talking helps to patch things up in the meantime, it does.

    My piece of advice? It feels good to talk about it. But it needs to be done respectfully. Oh, and you, dear friend… If I ever come to you, saying I’ve been hurt by someone, let’s keep it between us, okay?

    Just my two cents!

    • Rosanna Tomiuk
      Posted at 19:42h, 15 March Reply

      You’re so insightful! You need your own blog, too! I guess the area for discernment is…I think a lot of the time, we know what to do, but we want to be validated in our opinion or hurt. I think if the situation bugged me, I needed to wrestle with God, then address it directly. If nothing came from that, I think that would be when it was time to bring in a third party. So, my order is God, person with whom issue exists, outside help. Rather than the more common: gossip, gossip, gossip.

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