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By churchgirl
3/25/2012 4:34:53 PM
right now i am full of tears
tears of sadness because my sister and i got into an awful fist fight
and i feel horrible about it we exchanged words we shouldn't have said
sadness also because i miss my old ward, i miss my calling in primary i miss seeing
all the faces that i knew truly cared for me. i miss teaching the primary kids about the gospel. now I'm in this y.s.a. branch and its like none cares about me, i just want to go home.

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If there is anything    
"that I could do to help, let me know. I care about you. God cares about you. So if you ever need someone to talk to or anything, let me know."
posted at 19:53:44 on March 25, 2012 by iamstrong
you got in a fist fight?    
"Like throwing punches? wow.

Well.. I guess the question remaining is whos going to be the first to forgive."
posted at 22:17:01 on March 25, 2012 by Anonymous
iamstrong    
"yes i could definitely use someone to talk to right now
could you shoot me an email?"
posted at 07:29:08 on March 26, 2012 by churchgirl
You are a daughter of a heavenly king    
"A beautiful daughter of a Heavenly King!!!

Satan would have you feel down and defeated. He wants your soul because he knows how valiant you really are.

There must be something great coming your way because it is always darkest just before dawn. Think of Joseph in the grove when the Devil would have had him defeated rather than bring to pass all of the amazing miracles which came shortly thereafter. It didn't work, Joseph held fast, and we are all the better for it today. Remember if it is doubt, fear, or anger, it is not from your Father in Heaven.

Change is difficult and it is hard to attend a new ward and at the same time have a devastating fight with your sister. I am so sorry you are having a hard time.

Remember that you are loved beyond all measure. You have been doing so well. You inspire so many. You are light....

I wanted to remind you who you are...

have a beautiful day!!!

Angel"
posted at 10:12:58 on March 26, 2012 by angelmom
Don't let it bother you,    
"Lots of families fight. I don't think you should feel too bad about fighting with your sister because you can still forgive each other and have a stronger friendship after the fight than you had before.

I'm also working on avoiding being physical with my brother, and we're both full grown boys (I'm 24 and he's 21). Our last physical altercation was in November. We're also both away from home. Although we still fight a lot, we've both made an effort to stop getting physical.

Something that really helped was that we moved from being next door to each other to living about a block from each other. Sometimes seeing your sibling all the time can be overbearing. "
posted at 10:34:27 on March 26, 2012 by ETTE
@ChurchGirl    
"You can also talk to me if you want to."
posted at 21:39:36 on March 26, 2012 by moroni
MORONI    
"i sent you an email"
posted at 13:23:51 on March 28, 2012 by churchgirl


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