Have You Been Sucker Punched by a Loved One? | Tammy Whitehurst

fist-bump-1195446_1280We have all loved someone who is breaking our heart. Being sucker punched by a loved one is exactly how that feels. The very ones we would take a bullet for can sometimes pull the trigger. We’ve all been there.

The feeling is indescribable. The pain is so deep we cannot seem to overcome it. It is a hard kick in the gut that leaves us gasping for air. Breathless.

The words. The feelings. The pit in the stomach that seems to be opening up and swallowing us one bite at a time. We remember every detail and every moment of the incident and relive it in our mind like an old tv show.The broken heart is a wound as real as a broken arm or leg. If we are not careful, it can cause a chip on the shoulder the size of a Buick.

Bitter is a disease that will never make a situation better. No more sitting, soaking, and souring. Rise up and move forward. Forgive and allow Jesus to heal the broken heart. Life is too short to choose any other option. Forward March!

Psalm 34:18 “The LORD is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit.”

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About Tammy Whitehurst

Rarely do we hear funny and message with a meaning in the same sentence, much less used to describe the same person, but Tammy Whitehurst is anything but a typical speaker.

She was a middle school teacher for 16 years before bringing her messages of hope, joy, and laughter to audiences on the stage. Her articles have been published in LifeWay’s HomeLife, Christianity Today, Seek magazine, Evangel, Charm, Mature years, Peace and several other publications. People describe her as a Hoot with a capital “H” and love the realness that she shares and her ability to connect with the heart of her audiences.

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