#Relationships101 Check your baggage before boarding!

Check your baggage before boarding!

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If you have ever traveled by airplane you know that your baggage is only allowed to weigh a certain amount or it will not be boarded. Some of your bags are too big to be carry-on’s and must be stored at another part of the plane while some bags you can carry on the plane. Both sets however, must meet the weight requirements. How much trouble would it save us if before we decided to date someone, we could put their soul on a spiritual baggage scale? We’d then know in a moment if this soul was too heavy to fly with.(BRAINFOOD… Pay attention)

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Unfortunatley, lots of us move from relationship to relationship and never check our baggage before boarding. This often times results in us repeating the same cycle in relationships, often with similar patterns or problems. Checking your baggage can be a lengthy and painful process sometimes. Only you and God know what truly has formed your thoughts, behaviors, and emotions over the course of your life. It is not fair for you to get into a relationship with someone else without taking a self inventory of what you’re bringing to the table. Take a look at the list below and answer the following questions honestly.

  • I have been a victim/witness/abuser of child abuse
  • I have been a victim/witness/abuser of sexual abuse
  • I have been a victim/ witness/abuser of domestic violence
  • I have been married before
  • I have been divorced
  • I am legally separated
  • I have no contact with any family
  • I have been homeless
  • I have experienced substance abuse either self or family
  • I have experienced a horrific disaster natural or otherwise
  • I have filed bankruptcy
  • I have been incarcerated
  • I have experienced trouble with the law self or immediate family
  • I have been a victim/witness/abuser of spiritual abuse either by family or ministry
  • I have been adopted
  • I was raised in foster care
  • I have an un-treated mental illness
  • I was raised by family other than my peternal Mother and Father
  • I was raised in a single parent home
  • I have children and have never been married
  • I have unresolved immediate family issues

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All of us (including myself) have experienced these kinds of things in life. These kinds of things chart paths in our lives and sometimes leave lasting impressions. Relationships are most successful when the two people involved are both whole people on their own FIRST. Two half people don’t make two whole. We have to give ourselves permission to heal and ask for help sometimes. I point these things out because unhealed pain from those things can start growing weeds in every other area of your life. Give yourself permission to get to know yourself. It is so unfair to make another person pay for a heart they didn’t break. It’s mostly though, unfair to yourself. Life is short, it’s percious. Live it at it’s maximum capacity, especially in love.

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Be Blessed-

QTP

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About Queen the Prophet

Queen the Prophet is an entrepreneur active in both the professional aspect of the independent hip-hop music community as well as the human service /social service field. Queentheprophet.com is the platform QTP ties both areas of her life together offering a faith-based and humorous approach to real-life sections of the blog, a professional and informative outlook to topics in the entertainment industry (including interviews, special features, and helpful tips) as well as interactive sections for blog readers to ask questions, community resources on specialized topics, and submit material for publishing

Posted on March 27, 2013, in #ConfessionsOfTheHipHopMobWife, The Gospel of Q and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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