We will all likely experience relationship pain at some point. It stings in a different way than any other kind of pain. In this post, Jessica Van Roekel shares about the relationship pain she endured when an unexpected and unwanted email ended a longtime friendship. Learn how she discovered the power to reframe rejection and live life without rejection’s pain.
Have you ever experienced relational pain? Those interpersonal relationships that cause you pain and heartache? Maybe even rejection or betrayal? Most of us have experienced relationships that cause us pain, but it’s not something that is talked about very much. How do we deal with it? What happens in the fallout? How do we move on? Jessica Van Roekel and I talk about relationship pain and the hope that’s available.
Did you know that our brain reacts to rejection the same way it does when we experience physical pain? Yet, too often, we don’t take the time to process our emotions surrounding rejection in a healthy way. We may deny our hearts the space it needs to heal. Or cultivate and sow seeds of bitterness about what happened. Jessica Van Roekel shares three steps we can use to handle rejection in a healthy way.
Have you ever felt the sting of rejection with that sense of betrayal and disappointment that breaks your heart? Did you know there’s a positive side to rejection that we can use as an opportunity and a tool to cope with rejection? Jessica Van Roekel is back to share about 4 lenses that you can use to reframe and cope with rejection. We talk about what rejection is, how to know when we’ve experienced it, and learn how God uses rejection to redirect, refine, and restore us.
Rejection is painful and leaves an emotional scar. We’ve all experienced it at some time, but what’s the best way to deal with it? Jessica Van Roekel shares how to deal with rejection by asking three questions that will reframe the experience and filter it through God’s word. You can reframe rejection so that you find courage and walk with hope.