8 Responses to What to Do When Someone You Love is Hurting You

  1. I think risking own’s emotional and spiritual health in a toxic relationship can be worse than risking our physical health.

  2. These issues are very hard, for sure. Just to add (if you don’t mind), becareful to not allow another’s actions to cause you to blame God. True peace and healing only come from God. Satan wants to fool us into believing “If God loves me, why did He allow this to happen to me”. Even at the hardest parts, be diligent to rest in the knowledge that God truly, truly loves you.

    Good stuff Kurt as always

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