While there may be times when you feel more like a junk yard treasure than a masterpiece, you are always a work of art.
When you feel that you cannot do just the next thing anymore, then I want to to envision the future that awaits you at the end of this survival phase.
My friend, you can CHOOSE to be sad the rest of your life. You can CHOOSE to pad your personal prison with over-netflixing, over-consuming, or over-sleeping. At the end of the day, it’s still a prison. Or, you can CHOOSE life.
By understanding the difference between facts, thoughts, and feelings, you can develop a more helpful and accurate perspective on your situation. This can help you move forward with greater resilience and self-awareness.
Are you spending time in ways that will help you grow and get through your grief journey or are you spending time in ways that will keep you stuck?
Coping with the overwhelming emotions of grief and loss can feel like an insurmountable task, which is why it’s essential to take care of your mental and emotional well-being during this difficult time
Losing your spouse or partner is a devastating event that can cause so many secondary losses. It requires a multifaceted approach that addresses emotional, practical, and social needs
Your “big why” is the purpose or goal that motivates and drives you, the reason you get up in the morning and keep going when times are tough.
Overwhelm will always be a part of. your life, but the feelings that go along with it are completely optional. You can learn to manage overwhelm.
Remember to be kind and patient with yourself, and know that you are not alone in this journey.