She made the wrong choice. She requested that I be her voice because she can’t properly express her feelings right now. She’s steeped in hide and seek trying to figure out how to find herself again. She doesn’t know where to begin
Choosing him shook her foundation, his slick talk combined with temptation clouded her internal vision. In short, she made a bad decision. I urged her to take comfort in the fact that she’s strong and can easily bounce back in order to get her Groove Back.
He wasn’t the guy he claimed to be, and by the time she could see, she was already in love with him. Of course, she told me not to mention this guy’s name. Not because she’s ashamed but because she’s too classy. I wasn’t going to do it anyway because I don’t want her being mad at me.
I feel bad for her. I’m sad for her. I’m even mad for her because I saw this coming. She should have never let him come in. Now she’s in her private confessional for her sin. After her forgiveness and recovery, she must begin again. She chose the wrong guy, but let’s not try to define her by this decision.
This will prove to be a provision that will propel her to a higher level. Her pain and the devil won’t keep her down. What I’ve found is what we go through can make us stronger if we have patience and learn the lessons. Life is filled with trials and blessings. For trials we need patience and for blessings, we practice gratitude.
This is definitely her attitude. I’m here to advise so that people can rise above relationship woes. God knows many people need intimate assistance. Through reflection and persistence, she will strengthen her resistance, and she’ll never choose the wrong guy again. So! When you view it from that aspect, her wrong choice was a win.
Follow me on Instagram: @louis_morris_coaching
Check Out Louis’s Get Your Groove Back Plan for couples and singles.
Thank you for supporting The Heart Matters and Louis Morris Coaching