I came across this article today about the Hindu Goddess Akhilandeshvari (I know, I can't pronounce it either).
But look, Akhilanda says, now you get to make a choice. In pieces, in a pile on the floor, with no idea how to go forward, your expectations of the future are meaningless. Your stories about the past do not apply. You are in flux, you are changing, you are flowing in a new way, and this is an incredibly powerful opportunity to become new again: to choose how you want to put yourself back together. Confusion can be an incredible teacher—how could you ever learn if you already had it all figured out?
So now is the time, this time of confusion and brokenness and fear and sadness, to get up on that fear, ride it down to the river, dip into the waves, and let yourself break. Become a prism.
And more. Go read it. If you're here at this blog it's probably because you are lying on the floor broken into pieces (literally or figuratively) because of sex addiction, or drug addiction, or alcohol addiction, or maybe something else but you're searching for a little light, a little hope, some answers, some understanding -- probably mostly not to feel so alone as you pick up the pieces of your shattered dreams, your shattered self.
So you could probably use a little Akhilandeshvari, the Goddess of "Never Not Broken" in your life.