i writer Betsy St Amant writes this about the initial feelings you may experience after your marriage ends.
“It’s okay-- Not “it’s going to be okay” which you have already heard and don’t believe yet, but rather—“it’s okay”. Exactly where you are, exactly what you feel, in this moment, right this second – it’s okay.” Whether you’re feeling betrayed, relieved, incredibly angry, horribly sad—whatever your experience is right now, understanding that experience and being able to process those emotions are huge steps toward finding peace and moving on with your life.
” It is important that we know and understand what God’s truth is about divorce and remarriage.
The paper you hold in your hands is NOT the official church position on divorce and remarriage.But for Christians whose marriages are crumbling around them, the need for helpful, Biblical resources is a must. The following are just a few steps you need to begin taking to find healing. Recognize the trauma, shock and loss and take time to grieve B. Readjust to singleness and avoid dating until you can truly say, “If I'm single the rest of my life, it's okay." D. SEE ALSO: 5 Biblical Things to Do When a Friend Hurts You Each step is integral to the healing process.The following is a resource guide for Christian women who are going through divorce, or women who are divorced and seeking guidance for building their lives again post-divorce. The First Steps a Christian Should Take after Divorce 2. Dealing with Difficult Family Dynamics after Divorce 4. You need to be able to grieve your loss and deal with the aftermath of your divorce before you can come close to healing.All Scripture quotations, unless otherwise indicated, are taken from The Holy Bible, English Standard Version. Copyright ©2001 by Crossway Bibles, a publishing ministry of Good News Publishers.