How To Handle Toxic Friendships: What to Accept, How To Forgive and When to Move on
“Strong back, soft front, wild heart.”
We had a lot of heart to hearts about God. We talked ministry and family. We shared about serious stuff, like the pains of our pasts and the big dreams for the future. Sometimes, we laughed ‘til we cried. Sometimes we’d cry until we laughed. We did life, over good food and fun fashion. She became the friend that I didn’t second guess my words with, or feel the need to filter my responses. I could call her for anything at anytime. She was my ‘go-to’ girl. Until one day she just wasn’t. The bonds that had held us so close were now broken. And now, so was my heart.
“Get rid of all bitterness, rage, anger, harsh words, and slander as well as all types of evil behavior. INSTEAD, be kind to each other, tenderhearted, forgiving one another just as God through Christ has forgiven you.”