Prayers by D. White

Cup Half Full: Molested as a Minor

87. Clinging

How do any of us know balance in friendships? How do we know when to say that we are being stifled, or pick up the cues that we are stifling? Where does the courage come to say we want to be close, but we need honesty from others? There does not need to be brutality, or excessive energy to tell us that we are overstepping how close people want to be. There does not need to be excessive meanness to be honest. God, when I am feeling my way around people, help me ask what I need without stepping on toes, and to listen carefully, so people don't have to be ugly to be honest. Everything from body language to their tone of voice will tell me if they are being honest. Not everyone is comfortable with closeness.

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