The soul cannot forgive until it
is restored to wholeness and health.
In the absence of love - how can one forgive?

With an abundance of love, starting with one's self,
forgiveness becomes a viable opportunity.
-Nancy Richards

Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Hello Again....

.....kind of.

Well, for the last couple of months I have been busy working on my house. It has been a great deal of hard work, and fun!

Every now and again, I receive a comment/question on one of my prior posts. Thank you!!! I am always happy to respond, reminding myself that I am still connected to the abuse/estrangement survivor community.

I keep thinking I should hop on and write a post, but never seem to get around to it. Up until a couple of months ago, I posted extensively on the various issues I encountered on my healing journey. Whenever someone writes to me with a question, or, to share their experience, I find that I can direct them to a post I've already written on the topic.

My family and I have been reconciled for over three years now and although I still have a great deal of empathy for the abuse recovery and/or estrangement experience, it is no longer a part of my everyday life. Therefore, I really don't have anything new to post.

As a survivor, I'm sure new issues will come up from time to time, and when they do, I will share my experience. Until then, feel free to peruse my older posts and/or to contact me. I'm always happy to lend my support.

Blessings,
Nancy

6 comments:

mountainmama said...

i'm so happy for you that you feel you have nothing new to post :)

that really sounds like wonderful news for you and your family~~

best wishes to you and thank you for this great blog!

healandforgive said...

Hi MM,

Nice to hear from you again. Thank you for your kind words!!!

And thank you for your blog!

Your honest voice is a inspiration to all survivors.

Blessings!
Nancy

mountainmama said...

aww, thanks nancy~ :)

that means a lot to me coming from you!

i wish you all the best~~~

healandforgive said...

All the best to you too, MM!

Anonymous said...

Good for you.

I suspect our interest/attention naturally wanes when a person is "done".

It sounds like you've reached that final? plateau.

I wish you ample time and energy exploring healthy happy interests and adventures.

Best, Kira

healandforgive said...

Hi Kira,

It is nice to hear from you. I hope you are well.

Thanks for your warm wishes! You have mine as well!

All my best,
Nancy