Debbie O’Berry, Licensed Professional Counselor; Certified Advanced Addiction Counselor
3827 W. Howell Road Mason, Michigan 48854 517-256-6751

Re – Membering Your Broken Pieces

I woke early today, longing to sit with the Father, I got up. Coffee in hand;  The Broken Way in my lap.   I read: Re-Membering Your Broken Pieces. Focusing on the last supper He broke and gave. There had to be brokenness. The miracle happens in the brokenness. He broke the bread.  He gave.   He breaks the temptation to self -protect and gives the vulnerability of Himself.
What are we afraid of suffering? Suffering is were God gives the most healing intimacy.  Just as in the Lord supper He calls us to remember, anamnesis. To experience a past event again through the physical, to make it take form through re-enactment.  Continue to do this in remembrance of Me.  It begs of a new beginning.
As I started this book, it reminds me much of the grief process. I get triggered by something: a thought, smell, an anamenesis.  I remember.  Someday I will be able to remember without the tears.  


  1. Betty Miller on November 25, 2018 at 7:15 pm

    Yes you will, Deb. Yesterday when decorating I was down on the floor in front of the front welcome counter and there looking down at me was the plaque in memory of Colleen Prebble Friscell. Wow! Hit me and I did smile at what she gave me and some wonderful times with her. Last couple weeks I spent some time around Nov.14th on th boo hoo train with a little grief, then remembered how Blessed to have had his love and all the Blessings God gave us together.

    Thank you for sharing

    • Debbie on November 26, 2018 at 2:07 pm

      Yes you understand the grief dance. Let us dance.

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