- Observe the feelings & emotions and allow space and time
- Be kind, loving, and gracious to your self – just as you would to a child
- Take care to eat healthy and nourish well
- Move your body – this will release toxins and tension
- Talk, talk, talk – this was a BIGGIE for me – I was typically a “stuffer” and stoic during times of tragedy and chaos. I felt it was weak to share my feelings and vulnerability, and I had to set a good example as an oldest child, business person, wife, mother. Nope, the best example is to be ME and show HOW to feel in a healthy way. Uffda! Take some time with that one.
- If you lose a loved one, be real. Remember it all and laugh, yell, cry, and hug.
This message is in honor of my younger sister who passed away a couple weeks ago. I am handing my unanswered questions and feelings over to God. He knows it all and I don’t have to. I feel comfort in His arms and have a direct line to Him through Jesus. My prayer for each of you is that you have a support system in place for when tragedy hits your life.
My seasonal detox coming up is “Letting Go with Peace – Fall Detox Program”. I was inspired with this title 2 days prior to learning my sister had passed.
Letting Go indeed.