When People Choose To Distance Themselves From Me Part 1
Posted by Second Chance to Live on July 24, 2012
Hello and welcome back to Second Chance to Live my friend. I am happy to see that you decided to stop by to visit with me. Thank you. I have been thinking about some thing of late that I wanted to share with you in this article. As part of my experience I have grown in my ability to trust a loving God. I do not do this perfectly, but there are certain aspects in life that I trust Him with unequivocally.
This particular aspect involves praying and then trusting that He will bring the right people into my life and keep those people who are not good for me out of my life. Recently, I have found that people who I thought I wanted to be more a part of my life distancing themselves from me. This distancing has become progressively evident over the past 3 or 4 weeks. In the process of my recognizing the apparent distancing, I examined the dynamics.
What I discovered was that I was being told one thing, but based on the behaviors I was seeing some thing different. With the awareness that there were incongruities, I continued to listen and watch. Although I wanted to ignore or deny the reality – because I was sad about the reality – I remembered that I had prayed and pray that God would bring the right people into my life and keep and move the people who are not good for me out of my life.
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