Taking care of yourself without falling apart has been a lot. Friendships and family you’ve lost or moved away from has you down and rule your emotional life. It’s hard to admit it you feel it so much. You try to find concerts and people to hang out with but its just not the same as the tribe you
Sadness and pain from your past has ruled your emotional life for too long. And that’s hard to share with those close to you without feeling you are a burden.
You have had to hold in or push aside a lot in order to survive and push through day to day to make it Its easier to push it away or ignore it. You either hold it in, which is painful and exhausting, or you push it to the side, pretending it never happened.
You don’t have to feel as if your grief will either push you over the edge or make you fall apart emotionally and cause your life to become unmanageable or a mess. You don’t have to feel this way, your grief pushing you to the point where your emotions seem unmanageable. Where your life becomes a mess.
I can help you grieve your life and your losses and finally feel
steady balance and resolution.
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Remember how you use to feel excited about your life and hopeful about your dreams becoming realized. When you became so overwhelmed with all of the responsibilities you manage and lost the most important relationship in your life, you felt like a part of you went away and an ache so painful and familiar became your only companion. You had to be strong and keep going until the moment came when you just couldn’t turn away from it anymore. The grief had your attention and wouldn’t let go. The only thing you knew to do was to be strong and do your best to ignore it. It would surely go away. Grief just doesn’t wok that way. It needs to be resolved, or otherwise, it could lead to something even more serious that can leave you feeling even less like the person you know.
Grief is a natural way of allowing yourself to release our pain and deal with the changes and losses in our lives. We can find ourselves grieving people and circumstances, family challenges and the day to day in life….or struggling to do so at best. There are even those times where there seem to be a time that your grief needs to be put on hold or paused as you try to navigate life and all that concerns you about it.
When you’re grieving, sometimes your only constant companion seems to be your grief. At other times it seems to be a tough exterior that lets others think that you’re ok when really you’re doing your best just to get through the day and not have to feel it. Grief can make you feel like you’re losing it. Or because you may have learned to push through it, you have convinced yourself that you’re ok, only to find out that you’ve only been surviving, pressing on, and taking on more and more while finding it hard to really find contentment and rest.
Sometimes you just want to sleep the grief away or quiet it down for fear that if you allow yourself to shed one tear many others will follow and leave you a mess and unable to take care of yourself and manage your responsibilities.
You want to feel like you can have a good life and people around you that really want to understand how you feel and enjoy it without the grief creeping in. You want to be able to think about your life without fear that the heavy thoughts and grief will take over. You want to feel unburdened and able to really feel happy again. And you want to feel alive and free like you did before the grief invaded your life and took over your dreams and relationships. I can help. Give me a call at (323) 676-1633 and lets help you find the freedom from your grief you deserve. Feel lighter and able to enjoy your life and the people around you again. You can get your life back with the right support. You’re in the right place.