interviewing Mystic Mama now! Woohoo!
We often experience rejection in our life time. As much as we want it, not everyone is going to like us. As a child through young adulthood I did not do well when people rejected me. I often would come away from it depressed, like something was wrong with me, and ugly.
In this state of hurt and self accusation, I would often times run to others trying to find approval and acceptance. Even as a Christian and walking a journey of intimacy with the Lord, I would come out of rejection feeling like God was the one doing the rejecting because of something I did or did not do. I would start looking inwardly asking and accusing myself of doing this wrongly of being too ugly, fat, or just not good enough for the approval of others. For years, I allowed this spirit of rejection to put fear inside…
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