When You Love Someone
When you love someone, you cannot picture your life without them.
This person makes you feel like you are walking on the sky.
They give you confidence and peace and joy and love
They influence every decision and intrude in every thought.
This person becomes your safe place.
You tell them everything.
And before you even know it this person becomes your world, and you begin to idolize them.
But being human they are bound to let you down and it may seem like your perfect world.
After a breakup, you may feel broken.
You may find it hard to see with joy and love that is left in your life.
You may feel alone…
Like no one is there for you.
You may feel lost…
Almost like you don’t have your sense of direction or you don’t know where to turn.
But there is always one thing you can turn to.
One thing that will always accept you with open arms.
And that’s Jesus.
He will always listen
And always be there for you.
Praying is our way of communicating with God so why stop talking to him when we need him most.
Only then will you be able to rebuild.
Only then will you be able to see the joy and happiness in your life again.
Only through Jesus will you feel whole again.
When Love Breaks Your Heart
When you've had your heart broken the overwhelming distress can make you feel depressed or like you don’t have the energy for your normal routine. And in serious cases, it can even make you feel like you don’t want to live anymore at all. Never give up. There is help for how you're feeling.
If you feel like you've lost all joy in life, know that God loves you and when your heart is breaking, his heart is breaking too. God accepts you just as you are. He desires to fill you with purpose, value, love, and peace. All you have to do is ask.
TheHopeLine is here to help you sort through the pain you're feeling. Our HopeCoaches will listen and guide you through your broken heart so that you can get to the root of the problem. Chat with a HopeCoaches today.
If you or a friend need support right now, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255, for free confidential, 24/7 help. Head here for a list of crisis centers around the world. For additional help, please visit the suicide prevention resource page.