It's When Your Success Matters!
Relationships are the vehicle for our life's journey. We weren't created to travel alone. Scientific and medical statistics show we live longer, healthier, happier lives when we have good trusting relationships. But how do we react when relationships change and hurt us?
Lucy a young professional woman in her early thirties experienced the pain of starting over. Her husband of twenty-two years, a successful entrepreneur couldn't keep his journey with her as planned in their marriage vows. He accidentally injured his foot while working. Soon prescription pain medication was his first love, and this led to the use of street drugs.
His on-going physical pain along with unresolved anger from child-hood circumstances grew to uncontrollable rage. As with all choices there are consequences. Lucy's soul-mate became her worst enemy. His actions escalated into physical and mental violence. Lucy was his target of choice.
She attended addiction therapy with her husband, and used every resource available to help free them from this self-made prison. But the evil energy of drug addiction was to powerful for him to over-come.
After four years of living with his rage, depression and squandering money, her once peaceful and financially secure home environment turned into an unfamiliar darkness that she feared.
Lucy's choice to leave was heart-breaking. She packed only a few clothes, and kissed her little dog goodbye. As she drove away she glanced in the rear-view mirror sobbing leaving behind a marriage. home, her dog that she loved, and what was left of their financial portfolio.
She moved twelve hundred miles to begin a new life. Loneliness plus culture shock and feeling of failure hindered her from finding employment. Negative thoughts create negative lives. Lucy couldn't find a job even though she was armed with an excellent employment record along with superb references.
Soon with only survival money, low self-esteem, no friends and no-one to help, Lucy drifted into a different kind of darkness. She was on a journey to hopelessness. She asked herself every day if God really knew how much she hurt.
She continued with resumes and interviews. Being turned-down for eighty-two jobs, heart-broken with desperation; Lucy ask God for help.
Five months later, Lucy was still waiting. And then the call came. Her references willingly supported her resume. She landed a job beyond her expectations; great salary, excellent benefits and room to grow with the company.
Lucy didn't give up and don't you give up. Instead ask God for help and don't quit. You are not alone.
Where are you on your life's journey? How much more rejection can you endure before calling it quits? Can you answer one more phone call, send out one more resume? It's never too late. You can still find your dream because you are worthy to receive your dream.
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