In a sense for the moment I’m temporarily crippled with my low back being out of whack. I am limited to what I can do without pain, however part of my treatment plan is to continue with as much activity as I can tolerate. I am finding it very unpleasant to move around and do my daily activities and in doing so it has reminded me of how hard it was for me to deal with day-to-day life when I was going through my divorce. Can our hearts be temporarily crippled as well as our bodies?
After suffering loss of a relationship, marriage or the person we love it is very hard to be open to letting ourselves ever feel that way again. I belive that just like our bodies, our hearts can also become temporarily crippled. Just like with my back I have good days and bad days when it comes to matter’s of the heart. I like to think that I am making progress. I am learning how to develop new relationships and I am enjoying maintaining the treatment plan that will eventually lead to a fully mended heart. It was not easy to let someone into that fragile space but I know that it is important to allow activity to continue if I am going to continue to heal.
I”m not alone when I say that my number one fear is becoming completely healed only to be knocked down again. It’s no different with my back. I need to do my daily activities in order for the spasms to subside but doing the activities sometimes aggravate the spasms. This situation forces me to make a choice. If I want to begin to feel better I have to follow this treatment plan and hope that I have more good days than bad. It’s the same for our hearts. We need to choose to allow the healing to begin. Yes we will still have days of sadness or fear but getting through those days is where the healing is taking place.
Our hearts are the center of our happiness and in order to be truly happy in all that we do, not just our relationships but in our daily lives as well, healing needs to begin. If you are having difficulty with matter’s of the heart since your struggle, take some time to reflect on what you think your treatment plan should be. It could be as simple as keeping a journal, quiet time for yourself, praying, or even talking with someone.
It’s important to know that where you are now is temporary and when you are willing, ready, and able you will begin to heal and you will find happiness in all aspects of your life. Love is a gift, and when we can accept it and let it back into our lives we are truly Blessed.
Do you have a treatment plan that has worked for you in matter’s of the heart? Please share in the comments section.