Pride Kills-Forgiveness Heals...how one family found freedom from a six year impasse, i.e. a conflict offering no escape or resolution
Author: Bella Marie Rossiter
Published May 2012
ďAfter a full day of driving south to Oregon and back up the coast again, I feel shattered. When we drove into our driveway the FOR SALE sign had been posted by our mail box. I felt as though my heart would break. I cannot stop the tears and the feeling that Iíve been robbed of my family and now Iím being robbed of my home. My home, with which I find no fault, which is just right for us in every way. How can I bear the sight of the realtorís sign as big as life ready to rip it all away?
Dear God, I donít know if I can do this. I love my home. Fear not, I am with thee, oh, be not dismayed. For I am thy God, I will still give thee aid. I will strengthen thee, help thee, and cause thee to stand,Upheld by my gracious, omnipotent hand.
On Friday August 22nd, I left a message on Debbieís voice mail. On Saturday morning I drove to her house and left a note on her door, after Frank and I had a confrontation about my feelings on the situation.
I didnít want to lose my daughter. And I didnít think [her dad] was justified in his behavior. So I followed through on what I decided in my counseling on Thursday. I would communicate with my daughter and let my husband know how I felt.Ē
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