Beautiful Broken Things

Published January 5, 2018 by Nan Mykel

Love, not “like,” this!

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For all the adult survivors of childhood abuse and neglect who have felt or may still feel broken, damaged or wounded at any time; when triggered or not. This is for you 🙂

I like to use visual images in my healing journey and this image of being repaired with gold really speaks to me. Fill those hurt places; those deep dark crevices and hard to reach places, those gaps and holes, fill them with solid gold and feel the treasures you have within.

I only use the words ‘damaged’, ‘broken,’ and ‘repair’ because this is how the hurt and pain may make us feel. Of course we don’t need fixing and are far from broken. But I hope that just for a moment you can feel how much depth and substance and beauty you possess because you are you.

I am at a point where I am trying to…

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