Hurt needs fresh air to heal – it’s nature’s law.

We all get emotionally hurt during our lives and there are many coping mechanisms and ways of dealing with hurt, it is when the hurt gets buried that we have difficulties.

Buried hurt can hide undetected for a long time (sometimes our whole lives) but it will show itself in situations that repeat in our lives. Repeat and return, another one of nature’s laws. If the same thing, scenario or event keeps happening in your life, then there could well be an underlying cause linked to a buried hurt.

Facing past hurt takes courage and you need to be ready to deal with it. If you have recognised the hurt and the effect it has in your life now, then trust that the right people and support system will come around you to help you heal. Talking and ‘airing’ the hurt with the right support and where you feel safe helps. Remembering that you cannot change past events but you can change the emotions you feel that swirl around it also gives you the strength to deal with it and to let go of the old emotions.

Hurt needs fresh air to heal, it’s nature’s law.

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6 Responses to “Hurt needs fresh air to heal – it’s nature’s law.”


  1. 1 1smiles December 20, 2011 at 3:45 pm

    Life has a way of pulling us along into our growth. Thank goodness.. otherwise most of us would never go.

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    • 2 Jane Thorne December 20, 2011 at 3:59 pm

      Yes, sometimes these hurdles can be cleared in one leap but not often…I have the bruises and grazes to prove it…but I wouldn’t change a thing and on a few days the bravest thing we do is get up and face it…a smile and humour works wonders and you have that gift in spades x

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  2. 3 Kim Merrett December 13, 2011 at 12:42 pm

    Yes, great post Jane, and one I can empathise with.

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  3. 5 ahumanistsperspective December 13, 2011 at 11:32 am

    One of the best articles I have read in some time. I love the concept of drawing the analogy of “airing” out internal injury to the well known reality of exposing an injury to air in order to allow oxygen to perform its natural healing qualities. Great post Jane!!

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