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Today, I realized that they‘re a lot of people suffering in silence. A young man aspiring to be an musical Artist stated that he was 23 yrs. old and going nowhere. He stated that sleeping was the only time he didn’t feel like a nobody. Knowing that his Father passed away last year, I told him that his Father was looking down on Him and encouraging him to be the best that He can be. He told me that although his Father accepted Him into his home when he was older, that his Father treated him like dirt his whole life and because of this he suffers with depression and that there was no way to help him, because he suffered with depression for years and Doctors, nor medication would help Him. I had to tell him at that moment that there is a Special Doctor that could help Him find his way and I knew for sure that this Doctor loved Him unconditionally. I let him know that he didn’t have to suffer in silence.  I knew God had sent me to meet this young man and to let Him know that there’s a way out of darkness and pain. I told him that I knew for certain that God loved Him unconditionally and praised him for recognizing that his Father had changed before he died. I encouraged him to seek help!
Often we as Parents or Caregivers pass down so much pain to our children and their children. God wants the cycle to be broken and for wounded hearts to be healed. Don’t allow young people to suffer in silence, motivate them, lift them up and encourage them to believe in more then the here and now.    God bless everyone!heart

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