Keep your heart with all
diligence, for out of it
spring the issues of life.
Proverbs 4:23 NKJV

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Exercise for Lesson 16

Mending the Broken Heart: Head to Heart Guide

Make a trauma list. The following list may help you recognize and remember traumatic events that have happened to you. Pray as you go over it to see if the Holy Spirit desires to bring anything to remembrance. Pray over what He reveals. Go back to the earliest memories and work up to the present—early memories often carry the root issues. Not all of these are for dealing with now, just for understanding them better in light of the teaching you have received.

Make a list of the main events that have impacted you.[1]

Conception (unwanted)
Accidents and injuries
Broken dreams
Birth process         
Illness and medical
Broken heart
Early fears or abuse
Rejection and bullying
Grief and loss
Separations, moves
Conflict with others
Witnessing violence
Parent’s death, divorce
Abuse of authority
Experiencing violence

Traumas I have experienced

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[1]  Trauma list modified from Be In Health® teaching and materials, Dr. Henry W. Wright, Thomaston, Georgia, seminar notes, October 2000.