How do you deal with it? Do you deal with it by making a compromise, by getting the deal of the century, or just dealing with it.
Deals made by compromise may leave the feeling of having unfinished business. Getting the deal of the century, may leave room open for a new deal of the century to happen before you can get fulfillment. However, just dealing with it will bring total and complete closure. When just dealing with it, the event could be from the past, an incident that has never been acknowledged and resolved. To get ready to deal with it, there are a few things you should do. When it is time to deal with the tragic event, the encounter that is almost unbearable to discuss or bring to the surface for healing.
Remember that you are strong, and you have the ability to finally to just deal with that deeply rooted issue. The issue that has caused you to live with a great deal of pain and resentment.
Deals are made all the time, there are many ways to put a deal together. Communication and reflection can be helpful to reach an agreement for a deal. Make a deal with yourself that if the source of your pain was at the hands of another person, forgive the person that caused you the harm. Forgive yourself, prepare yourself to move on to focus on happier incidents. Acknowledge that it happened, know that you had no control over it, remember that you do have control over the hold that you allow it to have over you. Recognize and accept that you are unable to change the past.
A reminder of what God instructs us to do can be found in the bible passage of Philippians 3:13 Brethren, I count not myself to have apprehended: but this one thing I do, forgetting those things which are behind, and reaching forth unto those things which are before, The passage makes it clear that we should not focus on the things that have already taken place, but to look forward to the more positive things that are in the future. Gather your thoughts, drill deeply to find the place where the source of your pain is coming from, make a deal to just deal with it. I Will, Will You?