Updated: May 25
These past months have been stressful for most, incredibly challenging for many, and really difficult for others. Some people wonder if things will ever get easy again. They will.
Your life challenges will vary from cloudy days to full-on hurricanes. Over an entire lifetime, most of us will have many more sunny days than stormy ones, but when you are grieving or struggling with the challenges and disappointments in life it doesn't seem that way.
During my life I have had a few disappointments, challenges, health scares, betrayals, and losses that were really tough to recover from. This video shares a few of the strategies I used to recover and bounce back after the most difficult days. I hope these ideas help
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For me, embracing strategies 4 and 5 near the end are what helped me finally get back to myself again.
If you are feeling lonely, overwhelmed, isolated, anxious, depressed, or worse, remember that many people care about you. Think of how you feel about others when they are feeling sad, alone, anxious, or afraid. You genuinely want to help them, right?
Know this: people feel the same about you.
Ask for help from a friend, family member, clergy, therapist, counselor, or doctor. If you need to ask more people, then keep asking until you get the support you need.
Remember, YOU ARE NOT ALONE.
It may not seem like it now, but one day soon, you will be smiling again. Soon after that, you will find yourself laughing.
That is when you'll realize that this storm has passed.
Remember that your courage and is strength are an inspiration to others. You are here for a reason and the challenges you face will help you to fulfill your unique earthly purpose. You are strong, resilient, and made for great things.
Please forward this video message or guidebook to anyone who needs it right now.
Want to print out these tips?
Here are all the tips mentioned in the video compiled into an ebook:
Important: This inspirational message is not meant as a substitution for medical or mental health advice or therapy. Be sure to seek advice from qualified professionals or emergency services when necessary. Remember to look out for others and offer help when you can. We're all in this together.
I'm Beth Caldwell and my favorite thing to do is help women who are ready to stop being frantic, step into their purpose, and finally lead a life that you don't need to take a vacation from. Get more information about coaching programs here.
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