By Interim Case Manager Frenchie Pulluaim
It sounds like such a simple phrase, but it is so much deeper. Many of our families come into our community with broken hearts. Most people in families had their hearts broken early in life and never found the pathway to healing. When these people grow up with their baggage from youth, they create relationships built on poor foundations and hopes of being loved and accepted. They attach themselves to people that resemble those people that never cared for them, loved them or knew how to accept them, but they hold on for dear life.
Matters of the heart can lead to physical and medical issues and leave families devastated. It is so important that when we listen to people and their conversation sounds simple, or we think their problem should be easily fixed; we must understand that matters of the heart are very complicated. It is not the spoken word that is important, it is the unspoken word.