As I lie in my bed, I happen to look over at the wall to the left of me, inflicted with holes, scars and marks from the night my ex came in my room and completely flipped it upside down in a rage after learning that I had completely moved on.
That wasn’t the only damage he had done that night, he had also broken every car window out of my 2019 Hyundai as well.
But even then, that still wasn’t the only damage he had done, those were just the material things that he had damaged. In the midst of all that, there was still a woman who had been left emotionally scarred and damaged like the wall she was forced to look at the first night back in her room after 3 weeks of not being able to bring herself in a place she once shared with this man.
In a place that held good and bad memories that sometimes played in her mind like a movie she had once watched over and over again.
Luckily for that wall, a little plaster and paint could bring it back to new in no time and the scars would no longer be noticable.
Unfortunately, that woman inflicted with emotional scars and damage, needed more than just a cover up to hide the pain and hurt that lied deep within because those scars were deeper than meets the eye and what was on the outside.
Yea, she could get up, get pretty and put on her best, “I’m Fine Attire”, but the fact remains that she is still scarred because healing on the inside has not begun. Healing takes time and may differ from one person to the other.
Unlike those scars and marks on the wall that are just bad because they are aesthetically not appealing. Those scars that she is inflicted with is deeper than aesthetics, it’s deeper than her appearance, it’s deeper than what others see because those scars she’s inflicted with can affect her in every aspect of her life if she doesn’t find a way to heal from them.
See, it’s important to know that healing isn’t a quick fix and it could take more time than you may feel you are emotionally able to handle, but the process is necessary to your entire existence.
So if you are inflicted with emotional scars and damage, I want you to think of ways you can start the healing/repairing process in your life because healing expands far beyond the physical. Those emotional scars you’re inflicted with can’t just be plastered and painted over because they’ll eventually resurface in other ways.
Now Sis Heal, So That You Can Get Back To Being The Beautiful Woman You Are Inside and Outside.