Why is Healing so Important?

If you don’t heal what hurt you, you’ll bleed on people who didn’t cut you.
Just by living, we are agreeing that pain is inevitable, we will experience heartbreak, death, disappointment and trauma, for there is no life without pain. It is the wisdom we gain and strength that is developed through our struggles. Through pain and wisdom, we change because we cannot be the same people we were before we experienced the pain, but life continues.
We find that we’re not as reachable as we used to be, our guards are up, not as innocent, not as trusting instead we are cautious. We are unconsciously holding others to the standard of those that hurt us. It is through our pain that we put others through suffering because we have not fully healed. If healing came with a cost there is no price too high to pay. You have to be willing to pay the price to heal the wounds that are still wide open, to stop the cycling of self-destruction, to stop bleeding on the people that didn’t cut you.
We don’t realise the damage we cause other people through our fear of healing. We encourage you to kiss the past goodbye, empty the baggage and put it away learn to forgive yourself. Let go of the burdens you’ve carried on for too long, the fears that haunt you.
Learn to make peace with yourself, with your heart and your pain.
You need to heal yourself. It is understood that healing doesn’t mean bad things won’t happen. We may still encounter bad days, broken hearts and failure. Pain changes us, it is through brokenness that we lay the foundation of a hurt free life we aspire to live.
We are here to remind you that your past does not define you. We were broken but honey the woman you are now is better than you the person you once were. We are here to remind you that it is okay to say no. Saying no to things that no longer serve you comes with healing.
Can you think of other reasons why you should heal before you let someone else into your life? Let us know in the Comments section below.

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