Ok, you went for your prayer walk yesterday. You identified some of the stuff that's been weighing on your heart, and are working through it with God. Great. Really, really great.
And the next step after that? Well, maybe there isn't one. It could be that once you've acknowledged what's going on inside of you, and taken it to God, you're done. Often, all we need to 'get over something' is to actually face up to the thing itself. Maybe, then, you can just keep praying it through, and you'll be A-Ok.
If, however you feel like you need an extra step to feel completely 'over it', then here are a couple of ideas. (We're going to interrupt ourselves here to tell you to spend five praying through any issues again. Come back and carry on reading from here when you're done, though.)
(1) Talk to the person or people or organisation involved. Do it rationally, calmly and with as much grace as you (and Jesus through you) can muster, but do talk about the fact that you're hurt. (2) If, after doing that, you're still hurt, talk to someone else - a trusted, older friend. Sometimes, if the hurt goes deep, we need that outside perspective.
So what now? It's powerful to keep looking outwards to others, even if you're going through hurt. Pay for someone's lunch today. If you find yourself in a coffee shop, ask the person next in the queue what they want, and pay for it. If you don't have the cash to do that, strike up a conversation with them instead. Dare you.
Soulfood : Gen 11:1-9, Phil 2:1-11