The pain that doesn’t break you is what makes you. Pain comes into your life to strengthen you. “Not only that, but we rejoice in our sufferings, knowing that suffering produces endurance, and endurance produces character, and character produces hope” (Romans 5:3) After awhile you know that pain is only temporary and a rainbow always appears after every storm. Cast all your worries, fears and troubles upon Jesus. He died on the cross for us, He wants to be the light in all of our darkness. What lessons will you learn from life if everything was all roses and daisies. You can learn through other people’s experiences but there’s just some things you have to go through. The things you have to go through is so you can teach others that might find themselves where you once were.
Just don’t get too caught up in the struggles of pain that you forget to move on. Feel your stuff, embrace it, but then let it go because you’re only hurting yourself reminiscing about all the things that went wrong. Learn to see things in a different light because it’s all about your perspective on things. For example: I left my relationship with the father of my son because we just didn’t have the same goals, visions and we were not equally yoked. I had to leave everything behind in California to move back to Pennsylvania. At first, I was scared and didn’t know what I was going to do or what was going to happen. However, as soon as I changed my perception on the situation everything changed. I said to myself “ God would not bring me this far to leave me nor forsake me.” (Phillipians 1:6) He does not give us more than we can handle, so believe me when I say everything has a purpose. God is good all the time.