Friend, you are worth being understood, but I want to share a challenge with you today. Everyone who misunderstands us is worth being loved.
S.G. Willoughby Posts
I want you to know that being vulnerable and letting someone help does not equal complaining. You can let people in—even if you’re struggling, even if you don’t have one positive thing going on in your life, and even if your struggles are “not as bad” as someone else’s. You are worth being vulnerable. Yes, you are worth helping -- and your pain is worth voicing.
Our mental, emotional, and spiritual health need rest. We need to care for these areas with the fight and dedication that we take care of our physical health.
God watches us. He sees us. He waits with us for morning. God understands what it’s like, and He sits with us in the pain.