Letting Go

Forgiveness is truly healing, for both those that forgive and those that are forgiven. But what happens when we are dealing with loss and forgiveness is not offered or is impossible because those who could forgive have passed away?   When I asked for forgiveness it was

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When we are hurting one of the most natural things is to turn inward and avoid social contact. It is in these moments that we may feel like we are a burden to those around us or that others would simply not understand. When we

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When I resisted the pain I was experiencing, I accentuated it. When we practice mindfulness and both acknowledge and accept pain, it's power against us diminishes. We are no longer trying to fight against the current and go upstream.   This is not the same as resigning

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When we are in the process of mourning a loss and working upon letting go and moving on, it's essential we practice self-care. Many think of self-care as selfish however when we are low we need to look after ourselves before we are able to

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Whilst it's unhealthy to avoid addressing the pain of holding on to bitter-sweet memories, sometimes distraction from the pain is needed.   Please read Monday's series posts for top tips on how to let go and move on in a lasting, sustainable way, but, in the meantime,

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