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Here’s why you’re not healed…

You don’t want to be.

Now before you go on explaining how hard it it and how many times you’ve tried, I get it. But I also get that you’ve stopped trying. You’ve grown so attached to your hurt, you believe it to be a part of who you are. It’s not. 

Just because you don’t acknowled your pain, just because you don’t show it the way another person might – doesn’t render it nonexistent!

You’re not healed from that breakup, that let-down, that broken friendship, the neglect from that parent, that abusive relationship. You’re not healed because you’ve decided to bury it, rather than expose it to the light that casts the darkness out of our hearts. Jesus is that light. 

Will you do me a favor and at least admit that your hurting? Admit that you’re holding onto broken memories and relationships because I’m your mind; feeling that pain is so much easier than the pain you feel when you’re alone? Will you admit that you don’t even feel like you deserve healing? 

Admit it to yourself. Pray on it. If you need a listening ear, contact me. I guarantee the only other soul I’ll speak to about it is the Lord, I want to help you move from that broken place. 

Send me a message at and let’s start moving toward your healing!  



Dear Leslie Miller…

Dear Leslie,

I realize that domestic violence in this country is often laughed about and taken lightly until it hits home, pun intended. You may not care about domestic violence because the oppressive fist has not been turned towards anyone you care about but as a public figure, you don’t get to put aside your diplomacy and undermine the struggle that women in this country and worldwide struggle daily to overcome.

Statistics and causes are known to you I will assume based on your educational background but the area in which you are ignorant is the very premise on which you made your joke. You have raised your hand to a woman never realizing that you did more than subdue her for a moment, you put her in bondage of constant second guessing and doubt.

You struck down her sense of self worth in an attempt to feel powerful and gain control only to exude the maniacal attributes of a deranged man. I am by no means suggesting that you are mentally disturbed, but weak. It takes a very weak spirit to seek strength in the oppression of another. Thousands of women in this country cringed at your blatant disregard for their well-being. Every abused woman is someone’s daughter, sister, mother, cousin or loved one by some standard; you abused your position by further oppressing and belittling abused women.

I am afraid of what your next joke will be about; child abuse, rape or murder? What hits home to you? Obviously striking a woman is child’s play.

I hope that you reflect on your words. I hope that you seek God and ask Him to reveal his thoughts concerning the struggle of abused women and you redirect your thoughts on the matter. It was disappointing and hurtful that the general consensus was to laugh at hitting or beating a woman who has to seek healing long after the scars or bruises have healed. I do believe to a God that admonishes us to protect the oppressed, this topic is no laughing matter.
Do not make it okay, do not tell our nation that it’s no big deal.



Concerned Citizen