Can Communication Heal?
Oh I’m so glad you’ve joined me today! It’s snowing so why don’t you grab a cup of something hot, pull up a chair, and let’s have a little visit about how communication changes and heals lives.
As you learned from our previous two posts that communication with God, also known as, prayer, about two men that had stomped all over my heart provided healing of those old wounds. And then face to face communication with my ex-husband smoothed away years of hurt and created a foundation for friendship.
Healing relationships, can be challenging, but can be one of the most rewarding gifts you can give yourself, the other person, and all those effected.
After that healing Thanksgiving I have learned how to truly forgive and forget. I had to let all my personal issues and hangups go. The past is truly the past.
As I allowed myself to heal, I watched Dean and Mika building a true relationship and Dean and I to grow in our friendship.
But because of that initial communication over turkey, stuffing, and mashed potatoes, doors were being opened to something so much bigger.
This past August that Thanksgiving communication blew some doors open that I never imagined.
But not only opened, but opened with joy, friendship, and true happiness.
We had the opportunity to meet a lovely young lady, inside and out.
Mika and Hardy had met her before. And I had met her when she was very young. But never dreamed I would get to know her as a young adult.
It’s interesting how life brings things back to us to make things right, and to make things new.
That is exactly what happened this August. My ex-husband, Dean, and his youngest daughter, Kaven, came to visit.
I cannot tell you how much I enjoyed meeting Kaven and getting to visit with her. She is delightful! It was a wonderful visit. And a gift to my heart.
To see Mika, her Dad, her sister, and Rossi enjoying each other. Sharing. Caring. Loving each other. . . well . . . for a woman of words . . . I have none that convey the depth of emotion it brought up in me.
It was living a dream. Witnessing something I had dreamed of from the moment Dean drove away all those years ago.
It was magic.
It was an answer to prayer.
It was healing.
It was pure joy.
And I am a better person for having experienced it.
I’m thrilled for all of them!
I have been so excited about sharing this story and these photos! Some of you have wanted me to write all my posts quickly. But this time it was my turn to wait. I have been waiting to write these posts since they were here! And that has been a long, hard, wait for me!
But I wanted to be able to share it during December. For Christmas. I hope this story inspires you to forgive and allow love to truly conquer all. Because it will. If you allow it.
Here are photos to prove love wins. Family wins. Hope, faith, and prayer really do work.
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If you haven’t read the previous posts, I recommend you do. It will make this on make more sense. Here are the links: