Mia F. Stubbs personal experience with gossip has given her the gift of sharing to many her expressions of thoughts in writing. She shares her experience of gossip and how it affected her life.
Author Mia F. Stubbs shares her experience of gossip, and how it affected her life. She shares how gossip is a disease that most overlook. Her personal experience with gossip has given her the gift of sharing to many, her expressions of thoughts in writing. She points out how most people do not communicate what they feel verbally due to their inner silence. Through sharing her personal life experiences of gossip, it will result in being a warning or a comfort to another. She shares how a lot of the times, people do not share their pain with others, due to their feelings of being embarrassed, feelings that no one would understand, or the feelings of being judged. Not sharing your experiences can prevent the growth of another. In writing “Stop the Gossiping” book, it has been the bandages for her open wounds inflicted by others through gossip! Her openness in her book about gossip has opened a pathway of healing that has been long overdue and has given her the victory over her inner silence.
Facing Your Inner Silence… (Article By: Mia F. Stubbs)
How do you explain your inner silence to those that are observing you? Not knowing how to express your feelings innerly, can push to silence and withdrawal, leaving the assumption to others that your present circumstances are a result of punishment from life, previous things you’ve done. In some cases that can be true, but in other cases, it can be a means of learning how to reach out to others that are experiencing it to, that have not tapped into their inner strength. Your unwarranted circumstances becomes a mediator for a person in a similar situation that is facing indescribable adversity~
Our circumstances never define us, only our strength!
Author: Mia F. Stubbs ask the question in her article on “Gossip” How do we look at others, do we look at others through our eyes or through someone’s else’s eyes? If we are Christ-Imaged Christians, our purpose is to see others from God’s Eyes. By this means before God, we do not contribute to their pain, inflicted by person (s) used by the enemy.
According to Author: Mia F. Stubbs CD, she compares Gossip and its deadly affects, to a person that is, “Sleeping peacefully and soundly, then suddenly attacked by an intruder, being startled and not expecting it, you can’t attack back due to you being in a sleep stuper. “ She also states that Gossip is also considered murder or rape of the tongue, to it’s unfortunate labeled target.”
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