Recovering From The Pain Of A Broken Home

Growing up in a broken home can be really traumatic for people, affecting them even in adulthood. Right from a young age, they are filled with confusion, sometimes having to choose between both parents.

Some people have no choice, but to grow up with one parent acting as two, or getting married along the line. However, it remains an experience that nobody wants to have.

Sometimes, this separation could be in form of death or divorce. And often, the children involved in this kind of situation are left with so many unanswered questions, many wrongly answered questions too.

Can I really be loved?’, ‘Will I have to suffer from a broken relationship too?’, and so many others, usually of the same format, are questions that tend to plague them as they grow.

This should help put some of these questions to rest.

1. As unbelievable as it might sound, you are not the cause of your parents’ broken relationship. You deserve to be loved. You do not have to suffer from a broken heart or relationship.

2. You have the ability to love and keep your marriage together. Your marriage will work, because you will do it the right way.

3. A broken home is not some sort of generational curse. It doesn’t have to happen to you because it happened with your parents.

How you’ll survive it?

1. You will do it the right way. How? – With God. You’ll involve God in all that you do concerning your relationship, because God is LOVE.

2. You cannot truly experience love if you don’t have a partner who’s had a real experience with him, and you do not have a one on one experience of God’s love. God’s love is real love.

3. You will not make the same mistakes your parents made. You should learn from them instead. Don’t hate, learn!

4. You will not wait until you’re about to get married before you commit your heart and choice into God’s hands, He alone will help you make the right choice for you, and prevent a broken heart.

5. Lastly, you will guard your heart with all diligence.

Akinleye Temiloluwa

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