The Heartbreak Of Family Estrangement


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Some of you will understand this, others will not, but I am going to say it anyway.

I was thinking today about the wonderful, fun get-togethers my family once had. Simple fun, laughter and good food. Then certain people marry into a family and they seem to be jealous of that closeness and they set out to spread lies and tear a family apart.

When we marry into families we need to NOT be jealous of our spouses other family members. It’s ridiculous to act like that. One day you will look back on that and realize how much time you wasted like that. Time you can never get back. 

Jealousy and fighting are straight from the pits of hell. Do not be jealous of the relationship your spouse has with their parents or brothers and sisters. They are not going to leave you because of those relationships. Your spouse will love you much more for loving their family. On the other hand when you divide your spouse from their family they will hold resentment against you. They may not say anything but they will resent you for coming against those they love and expecting them to choose between you or them.

I know sometimes things are said and done by family members that we don’t like. We have to let those things slide off our backs. Surely God has given us enough Grace that we can overlook these things for a few days of a visit once a year. It’s called respect.

Spend time together, forget your grudges! 

In His Unconditional Love,

Cathie

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4 thoughts on “The Heartbreak Of Family Estrangement

  1. Hello, Catchie. Thank you for sharing this. You know, I am actually in this kind of predicament, some of my family members wouldn’t talk to our side of the family, my aunts and cousins, it was a waste because we had fun together, they say people grow, but we definitely grew apart, I am not sure if we can salvage anything now, too late, I guess. Thank you for putting this out. Really inspiring.

    By the way, can you please try to follow my blog page, if you don’t mind. I would love to connect with you. 🙂

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