There are times in our lives when it can feel like our hearts are broken beyond repair. That no matter what we do, we will remain broken. It's in those times when sentiments like "just be grateful" or "look on the bright side" feel particularly hurtful. A shift from brokenness to healing does not happen with a positive mental attitude. As with anything broken, it takes care, effort, and willingness to bring wholeness. And as with anything broken, it is never quite what it was before. This is normal. This is okay.
"I felt utterly broken for so long after my wife died. I felt like every cell in my body was dysfunctional. I felt incapable of doing anything, even seeing a future for myself. It took a particularly challenging weekend of intense work to shift my view of myself from a broken man to a man with a broken heart. It's subtle in semantics but dramatic in life outlook. To see me as not broken but only struggling with a broken heart was an acknowledgment that I could heal.
As my heart mends, many scars remain. I don't fear them, but embrace the changed person I am. I will never be the man I was before my heart broke. Instead, I am a new creation, carrying my wounds forward. I firmly believe, with all my broken heart, that beauty lies in the brokenness of life." - CJ, Founder.
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