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We all know people who, as much as you try, you don’t like, don’t understand, or who are just hard to love.

Maybe a family member, a friend of a friend, a classmate, a coworker.

People aren’t born unlovable. Babies are the MOST lovable little squishy faces around.

Through growing up, life experiences, hurts, pains, issues, people develop callouses and hardened hearts.

Have you ever heard someone say a person has thick skin? It’s usually a good thing meaning that things don’t affect them but when it comes to an emotional callous, versus the gross foot callus, it’s like they’ve built up these layers around their heart that don’t allow love in or let love out.

In actuality, they have built up layers or walls to protect themselves. So, it seems like they aren’t lovable because they can’t allow love in, but really, they’ve built up this emotional wall to keep hate, hurt, and pain OUT.

 

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Hard to Love

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