It was further indicated she Obsession Phrases was not to contemplate or express any "negative" feelings or concerns, but remain speaking in bold confidence that her healing is indeed already accomplished and act on that, no matter how she felt! Speak only positive things into reality! Initially, despite some reservations, she found comfort in this kind of assertion. Over time, when the pain continued and even worsened, the partner's inference was that Jennifer must not have enough faith to claim her healing or she was not walking in it boldly so it couldn't happen.
Jennifer's fears were not reduced by this approach but exacerbated by it! Clearly, so she thought, she must be at fault for not being faithful enough. The only other apparently inescapable conclusion was that God is ignoring her prayers, that He doesn't care about her circumstances and worse yet, that He is not loving. After all, what human parent would stand by and allow suffering if it were in their power to undo it?
This approach is what some have termed, "Name it, Claim it" style or more recently, "Word of Faith" or even "Prosperity Gospel." It is just as strongly promoted by some as it is decried by others. I agree with the perspective that it is not Scriptural, and far more "human centered" than is wise or accurate.