15 Oct '16, 11am

Sometimes the places in our hearts that need the most healing are left vulnerable. #write31days

You’ve read your Scripture. You’ve been focusing on your own work. Things have been going well. You think you have this whole jealousy thing under control and then? You see it. The post on social media about that one project you really hoped you would be part of – going to someone else. And not just anyone. Her. The one in your circle who seems to get it all. Or maybe you find out that she got the job you really wanted, or you get just one more unexpected rejection and you realize? You haven’t quite gotten rid of that jealousy issue after all. Sometimes the places in our hearts that need the most healing are left vulnerable. What you could have handled before now sets off a chain reaction of emotions and doubts that can feel, at times, debilitating. I get it. I can only get it because I’ve been there. Feeling like so much progress has been made and when I get comfortable –...

Full article: http://crystalstine.me/recognizing-jealousy-triggers/

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