DEJAN DAVCEVSKI: “5 Things Each Person Can Do To Help People Struggling With Mental Health”

Ascension Avatar note: I flip-flopped on whether to post this since it is a simplistic ‘3D’ perspective without touching on the roots of what we could term ‘mental health issues’… many of which could actually be parasitic entities or mind control implants, unhealed past-life trauma, or something as common as ascension awakening symptoms. Discernment is the key and in my opinion “there’s no healing like self-healing.” 🙂

 

Mental health is as important as any other type of health. Mental illness is a global issue. People start to see mental illnesses as a real problem but many still have prejudices about what mental illnesses really are.

Just because something can’t be seen it does not mean it’s not real. Someone struggling with clinical depression needs care and support as much someone with broken arm. Maybe even more. Imagine being sick and having nobody around you to help you heal.

My point is that people struggling with mental health issues usually struggle alone because people around them can’t see their problem and can’t understand their pain. But they don’t have to. There are ways you can help people struggling with mental health.

In this modern society with advanced technology there are countless ways to get to the right information, to educate yourself and find ways to give a helping hand. There are countless ways to make people connect, share and help each other.

Depression, panic attacks and anxiety are a global epidemic. There are certainly people around you who suffer in silence. Maybe it’s even you. But if you know someone who struggles with mental health, here are 5 ways you can help them.

5 Ways You Can Help People Struggling With Mental Health:

 

1. Be considerate and friendly.

People who struggle with mental health need love and support. The last thing they need is to feel isolated and alone. You should listen to them, try to understand them and be compassionate about their inner struggles. Don’t try to push them, just be a friend. All they need is a friend who they can open up to. In fact, genuine connection is probably the biggest thing that can help them.

2. Look at their health issue as a real problem because it is.

Whatever they struggle with, depression, panic attacks, anxiety, or some other mental disorder, see it as a real illness. Just because it’s not visible it doesn’t mean it is not affecting their inner chemistry and emotions. People who struggle with mental health want you to acknowledge their pain. They want you to see that they are struggling inside, because they feel like nobody understands they are in pain, and yet, they need help.

3. Read and educate.

In today’s age there is no excuse to not know about mental disorders. The information and knowledge is everywhere. It’s literally available to you in a couple of clicks away on a device that’s inside your pocket. So at least try to educate yourself about what these people who you care about are struggling with. Read about what’s the possible cause, what’s the possible fix, how they feel. It will give you bigger compassion.

4. Give a sincere advice.

If you really care about someone who struggles with mental health you will probably try to help them by giving them advices. If they are sad, you’ll tell them to not be sad. If they worry too much you’ll tell them not to worry. If they have anxiety you’ll ask them to stop feeling anxious. But the problem is they would have done it if they could. The advice should be from the heart. Tell them how you dealt with anxiety yourself when you felt anxious.

5. Show them ways that can fix their problem for good.

A couple of years ago mental health might have been something that not many people understood or were aware of. But today the awareness is growing and there are countless options for help and therapy. The internet itself offers many ways to come in contact with professionals who can personally help with mental health, or at least show techniques through articles and videos.

 

~via LifeCoachCode.com

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NEZEL PADAYHAG: “Everything You Need To Know About The Concept Of Energy Healing”

Energy healing has been around for centuries. Different ancient cultures use the body’s energy as a powerful force in their healing modalities.

The Japanese have the Reiki as a traditional energy healing, the traditional Chinese medicine practitioners utilize the Meridians, which are the body’s energy superhighway, and the ancient Hindu texts describe the Chakras, the 7 energy transmission centers of the body.

All these energy healing techniques are based on scientific principles.

Now the question is, can energy healing really cure diseases? To answer this, we need to get deep down into the principles of the energy healing process.

Though some people claim having healed of their diseases quickly through energy healing, these instances are rare. Energy healing is not like a magic wand that takes care of your health. It’s a traditional practice and something worth examining.

Here Are 3 Main Things You Need To Know About This Concept Of Energy Healing

1. It is holistic.

This means energy healing doesn’t focus only on one particular symptom or body part.

Rather, the focus involves the overall aspects of the spiritual, mental, emotional, and physical.

The healing must come first from the level of pure consciousness down to the physical.

Energy healing comes from pure love. Love is the ultimate healer of all. Love alone releases fears, which are the primary cause of disease.

Fears prevent you from fully experiencing love, health, abundance, and other pleasures of life that you deserve. It’s only when you allow love to flow that you’ll be totally healed.

2. It is a process.

Energy healing is a process that requires you to have the pure intent of wanting to get healed. Along with this, you must be prepared to have a shift in consciousness and a lifestyle change.

The time it takes to heal depends solely on you. The progress becomes faster if you’re able to receive an intuitive guidance from the healer during the post healing summary.

This, in a way, helps you to expand your consciousness, awakening your hidden gifts that could include self healing.

Energy healing is, therefore, not an elixir that takes your symptoms right away. It’s not even permanent because staying healthy depends on your commitment to yourself and to your lifestyle changes.

Energy healing doesn’t suppress symptoms nor does it removes your illness away. It involves the process of peeling away the layers of yourself that obscures your truth and exposing the core wounds that cause your disease.

Once these wounds are exposed, healing begins. The wisdom you get from this experience will eventually be integrated into your consciousness.

Before the healing procedure takes place, the focus of healing must be determined, the process must be discussed as well as the expectations.

During the healing process, the practitioner scans the energy body that includes the aura and chakras for abnormalities and then repairs them energetically.

After the healing, lifestyle changes and self care routines must be discussed to correct the causes of the imbalances and the energetic healing must also be manifested in other areas, such as the mental, emotional, and physical levels.

3. It takes faith.

Without faith, healing can’t take place. A genuine faith is important for the healing to manifest. You also need to trust in the ability of the healer to help you heal. And you need to have the same faith to sustain you throughout the post healing process.

Your beliefs create your reality. Hence, you need to have the right beliefs.

The energy healers are not there to give you something that you need. They’re only there to assist. You already have what it takes to heal yourself, but because you don’t know the process, you need someone to facilitate you in the healing journey.

It is more about discovering yourself, gaining your personal power back, and using your divinity to live the life you love. Energy healers are there to assist you, but your self-healing faith is what makes everything possible.

As Dr. Bruce Lipton says, “The moment you change your perception, is the moment you rewrite your chemistry in your body.“

 

~via LifeCoachCode.com

AWAKENING 5D HEALING: “Lightwave Update”

A key event in Gaia’s cosmic calendar of ascension, July’s blood moon and lunar eclipse marked the crest of a great tidal wave of light. Gaia is raising the vibrations of planet earth to tune up to higher dimensional realms. Realms where hate, greed and fear cannot operate. Like tuning a radio to another station, Gaia, the goddess soul embodying planet earth, has chosen to shake off the parasites. Only able to exist in third and fourth dimensional frequencies, their comittment to chaos and destruction means they have no interest in cleansing their karma to raise their vibrations. Instead they choose lower realms where they can exorcise their desire for darker destinies. Light workers, volunteers, warriors of light and of Gaia, recognising and accepting the darker choices of others is key to conservation of our energy at this time. Self care is awakening, understanding when we are being used and when we are being nourished. Exchange is the currency of higher realms.

The quantum universe exists on a frequency spectrum, encompassing all planets, galaxies and solar systems. Multiple timelines, primary points of truth, portals and gateways are all possible and plausible within the quantum multi verse. Part of raising our vibrations is moving beyond seeing in a linear context, for nothing is linear. Cause and effect exist in spirals, layers like an onion form, energies become karma. We experience all we need to experience over as many lifetimes as we choose. The mathematics of the multi verse are complex, 12 dimensions and beyond. The fifth dimension can and does operate within the material plane and this is how Gaia is doing it. She is aiming for the fifth thereby keeping those people who ascend with her in the familiar safety and security of their organic body and physical surroundings. Awakened, enlightened souls will rebuild 5d Gaia restoring balance and harmony.

Tidal waves of light transcend our dimensional realm, triggering cosmic intervention to assist Gaia’s ascension. There are individuals who will make such profound use of these tidal waves of light, they will transcend the fifth. They will relinquish their bodies and quantum leap to higher states of being. There are lightworkers, starseed and indigo who inhabit the physical to enable them to interact with this realm. Their mission to be present and grounded in the human experience, whilst bringing their higher internal frequencies to the ascension process. Awake, aware, consciously expanding, clearing and aligning their energetic systems, these volunteers play a key role in raising the frequencies from ground zero, from the frontline. The lightbody is attainable on the material plane, as many light workers will confirm. Already inhabiting their lightbody many are preoccupied with working our how to stay grounded to Gaia, mindful in our human existence, whilst simultaneously floating in the fifth dimension.

Sleepers, hamsters stuck in their karmic wheel of oppression and slavery awaken themselves, all choose their own path now. Those who stopped soul growth so long ago they have forgotten anything beyond the basic demands of existence in the holographic matrix. Their world view is limited, their minds programmed with fear, their energies hardened, rotting with matrix toxins, corrupted, malfunctioning, their existence trance like and locked down. Some may awaken, many will not. They may be unwilling, their soul finding comfort in the captive state. They may enjoy the demonic parasites they feed with matrix highs. They may seek to assimilate fully with the predators that have ensnared them. Some souls are so trodden down, so stupored by hundreds of lifetimes stuck in the hamster wheel of anunaki controlled third and fourth realm existence, they will need lifetimes of rest, to recover their sense of self.

We are not here as volunteers to influence the whole of humanity, to awaken billions of souls. We are here as volunteers to raise the vibratory fields on Gaia from the surface. Our allies operate in the skies, whilst great beautiful beings deep in earth’s oceans pump up the vibratory volume from the depths. We play our part on the surface. Each soul has their free will. Recognising and accepting the life choices of others is a huge part of this Lunar Eclipse Lightwave. We are seeking to tip the balance, to raise the frequencies just enough that Gaia can successfully remove herself from the third and fourth dimension, with the material plane intact. Those who have love, compassion and peace running through their veins, will be part of the transition. Those who hold hate and greed in their hearts, who seek to use and manipulate, committed to their own guilty pleasures being met, will not raise their frequencies. This is their choice, volunteers will learn to accept this is the right of all sovereign beings.

It is time to reassess where we direct our energy, why we give and how much we give. Be cooler karmically healers, don’t be afraid to say no if a person’s energy sparks concern in yours. Said client may take more than you are willing to give. Protecting ourselves is important. The whims of selfish people looking for quick fixes, lazy solutions to profound evolutionary spiritual processes, can and will drain us. Awakening is an active process, we engage in our healing, we make it happen. Be available for those who resonate, trust instincts at all times, our energy never lies. Volunteers tune up your energy antennae for the coming months, there are many fake people seeking to dilute the higher vibrations with troll behaviour, parasitic draining and toxic vibrations. Wear and use Labradorite for protection from psychic attacks. Keep Selenite or Citrine close by for continual cleansing of crystals and your energy field.

The game is stepping up people. Every ounce of energy we expend counts. Stay in gratitude, be mindful and celebrate your life. Matrix programming of family is a powerful mind control algorithm, keeping many locked into parasitic relationships for the sake of familial expectation, conformity, cultural or religious pressures. Break away calmly and safely if you can. Seek to separate from or avoid negative people. Don’t be afraid to stand up for your self, draw quiet, firm lines of self respect, boundaries of love. Avoid creating more drama as this will feed them, and ultimately is what they seek. It’s a tricky business disentangling from the tentacles of narcissists, psychopaths, predators and parasites. By listening to energy, remaining calm, using mantras and meditation, staying protected, we can avoid lowering our vibration in their presence. This is important in the coming months as Gaia has reached a tipping point of high frequencies that needs to be stabilised, embedded into the atmosphere.

Lightbody activation is occurring across Gaia. Release ancestral karma that holds you back, childhood trauma that impairs your judgement. Let go of all manufactured ways to lower our vibrations. We are pooling our resources now, trying to throw as much light, love and peace into Gaia’s atmosphere as we can. The tipping point to fifth dimensional realms of light and love is here, we ride the crest of vast tidal lightwaves. We seek to upgrade our cellular systems, to enable us to handle higher frequencies of fifth dimension vibratory fields on the material plane. We seek to activate and inhabit our lightbody. Those who have done the karmic work, who are facing their demons, owning their pain, learning to love themselves authentically, are aligning in higher vibratory fields of light.

This is not a tug of war for humanities future, don’t get caught up in the push and pull, stay centred in your own light and all will fall into place around you. Duality is a third and fourth dimension construct, the fifth is mercurial, a myriad of possibilities, chances and opportunities. Each makes their choice now. The universe will align. There are safety nets to catch us, protection around us at all times. With our third eye open and fully functioning, receiving wisdom from our guides and higher self we resonate with truth, the energies of people not their false smiles, false words or fake lives. Be real. Be yourself, be protected and be kind and be prepared to pull the drawbridge up on some relationships, to accept sovereign choice. Those awake recognise it is no longer about waking up, it is now about maintaining high frequencies in gratitude, peace and love. Peace is possible beautiful people.

 

~via Awakening5DHealing.com

LAURIE BARRACO: “4 Symptoms Of An Overstimulated Pineal Gland And How To Soothe It”

Developing your intuition is an important part of personal development. Intuition helps us trust our decisions, keep us safe and protected and keeps us aligned with our purpose here on planet Earth.

A common issue many encounter as they are developing their third eye (intuitive center) is that they overstimulate their pineal gland and do not create a strong foundation for the energy to build upon. You can say that they are top heavy. The upper chakras are receiving a lot of attention through psychic development exercises.

It is equally as important for you to pay attention and stimulate your other 5 chakras — throat, heart, solar plexus, sacral and root. The pineal gland becomes overstimulated as a result of these exercises.

Next, you begin to experience the 4 common symptoms of an overstimulated pineal gland. The pineal gland is located in the third eye center of the body. It helps us connect with other dimensions as well as our ability to predict the future.

4 symptoms of An Overstimulated Pineal Gland

  • Difficulty in concentrating, struggling to stay focused
  • Headaches
  • Blurred vision, pressure in the eyes, sensitivity to light
  • Insomnia

What You Can Do To Soothe an Overstimulated Pineal Gland

  • Rub a grounding oil on your third eye. Patchouli, peppermint, sandalwood, chamomile, frankincense and or blue tansy will bring relief.
  • Cover your third eye with either a hat, bandana and or a bindi.
  • Avoid fluoride!
  • Placing a crystal like tiger’s eye, hematite, amethyst, or fluorite on your third eye will help soothe an overstimulated pineal gland.
  • Schedule a Reiki, cranio sacral healing session.
  • Hugging a tree will help you ground the energy into the Earth.
  • Eat root foods such as carrots, sweet potatoes, dark chocolate, and or protein.
  • Do some yoga or breath work exercises. This will move the chi through your energy centers.
  • Avoid crowds for a few days.

Each and every one of us has psychic gifts and these gifts vary from person to person. We do ourselves a disservice when we compare our growth to others. Some people have clairvoyant abilities from birth and some of us have to work at it a little harder. Your psychic abilities will increase when you are good and ready. Being impatient and trying to rush the process will only cause you to be out of balance and experience some of the symptoms I have mentioned above.

Take your time, enjoy the process and let go of your expectations of how and when you will be able to achieve your goals. Your gifts will be online when the time is just right for you. Patience and trust are part of the development process.

 

~via ConsciousLifeNews.com

TANAAZ (Forever Conscious): “My Journey Through the Many Layers of Grief”

As I am writing this it has been just over a year since my little sister passed away. I have never experienced grief like this before. Before my sister passed I had lost people I had known and loved, but it wasn’t like this.

My little sister was my best friend. I spoke to her everyday, we shared everything, we were so close. Losing her has been like losing a part of myself, and the pain has just been excruciating.

Even though she passed away from cancer, it wasn’t like one of those things where you knew she was sick or she battled for years. It was all very quick. It just came so out of the blue.

Even with my connection to the spirit realm and my years of spiritual practice, none of it has excused me from going through the painful grieving process.

Through my year dealing with immense grief, I have learnt a lot and while I am sure I am still learning, I felt it important to open up and share my experience in the hope it can bring comfort and support to others.

Grief is normally narrowed down into stages, and while these stages are relevant, in my experience, they barely scratch the surface.

Here is what I have understood about grief so far, and the many layers that make up the word:

The 7 Layers of Grief

1.) Spiritual Understanding

Grief can sometimes lead you to a more spiritual way of life. In moments of grief, people turn to higher beings, dieties, and angels for comfort. Even though I have lived my life this way for many years, my grief actually led me in the opposite direction.

My spiritual beliefs were shattered and I felt closed off from my guides and angels. I felt I had been betrayed and unfairly treated. I felt my ego rising up and demanding answers as how this could happen to me. I am a good person, this should not have happened.

Of course, dealing with pain and grief has nothing to do with whether or not you are a good person. It is a fact of life, and part of our spiritual growth and development. I see that now, and I think I always knew it to be true, but I was angry, and I was particularly angry at the spirit world.

While I am back on good terms with my guides, this process has helped me to develop a deeper spiritual understanding that is more true to me. It allowed me to really gain clarity with what I believed, and helped me to weed out things that were no longer in alignment with my beliefs.

Whether you choose to turn to religion, atheism, or your own spiritual values, death really challenges you to open to a new way of spiritual understanding.

The one thing I can say is that I do feel grateful to have gone through this experience with some sort of spiritual connection. While it didn’t excuse me from the pain, it did help me to look at the bigger picture and manage my stresses and anxieties on a day to day level.

2.) Deeper Understanding of Life and Death

I really think that death can teach you so much about life.

Dealing with death has caused me to reassess my life and the meaning of it. I feel like before all of this, I was very ambitious and always had a list of goals that I was working on. I put a lot of value and emphasis on my career.

I would never take breaks, I would always work long hours, and while I am grateful for this as it helped me to build this website up, I just don’t do it anymore.

Now I feel like taking a softer approach to life. I feel like slowing down and spending more time on the things that I have realized are so much more important.

What feels more special to me now are the moments I get to share with my loved ones. What feels more important is the difference I can make in the lives of those around me whether it is through my website, my books, or simply smiling to someone as I pass them on the street.

Experiencing death has really helped me to re-prioritize my life and has allowed me to see what is really important. We are all going to die one day and none of us know when that day will be.

We have to start finding what is important to us and making time for it. For when death comes, it’s not going to be about how many likes you got on social media, or how much money you made, or how many goals you ticked off your list, it is really all going to come down to how much you loved, and how much you laughed and enjoyed yourself through the process.

I know life is not easy. In fact, I often feel jealous that my sister got to leave Earth behind. But I also know and appreciate that life is a gift, and life can be beautiful when we start to prioritize what is really important.

3.) Your Own Death

When you deal with the death of a loved one, you are not only mourning them, but you also mourning the part of you that died along with them.

Very often when I find myself crying, my tears are not for her but for me! I believe that she is up in the higher realms probably having a blast, and my tears are really just for little old me that got left behind!

My sister just had a way of knowing how to make me laugh, and we shared jokes that no one else would understand. I miss this, and I have realized that no one is ever going to fill these shoes, and making peace with that is hard.

We also turned to each other for advice about everything. Being the older sister, I know she looked up to me, and I hope she knows that I also looked up to her. But I am no longer a big sister. I am no longer the middle child. That is a role I no longer have to fill, that is an identity I no longer need to hold onto.

I have lost a huge part of myself, and while I feel this transformation is still underway, it is just another layer to deal with when grief comes your way.

When you lose someone that was so close to you, it leaves a gaping hole in your life and in your heart. I am not sure if we are supposed to fill the hole or just accept that it is there, but I feel that perhaps it is a little bit of both.

I think a good idea is to plant some beautiful flowers around the hole to honor that part of yourself and to fill it in, but not replace it.

4.) Relationship Dynamics

Because I have changed, so too have my relationships. For one thing, my family is a lot closer. I also feel closer to my partner, and I feel myself being more compassionate in general.

My empathic gifts have become very strong, and on most days I feel extremely sensitive when around others. I have also noticed a change in my friendships and who I feel comfortable hanging around with.

When you are extra sensitive, your awareness around everything is heightened and it becomes harder to tolerate things and people that are out of alignment or are not in the same vibration as you.

Death really challenges you to think about who is really important to you, and who you really want to spend time with. It also changes the way you interact with certain people, and personally, I have also found that I have less patience to tolerate certain behaviours.

Death has helped me to create new boundaries and has helped me open my eyes to the type of friendships I wish to keep.

If you haven’t lost a loved one that was near and dear to you, it can be hard to really understand what the other person is truly feeling.

Death also makes people awkward and uncomfortable, and most of the time people just don’t know what to say. While it is important to keep this in mind, dealing with death does open your eyes to the type of people you wish to keep in your life.

Even though for the most part, death has made the relationships in my life stronger, I understand that this is not always the case. Sometimes relationships fall apart and you lose touch with people you thought would always be in your life.

This is just another layer of the grieving process and if you are in the midst of it, try and remember that you are simply being shown the relationships that are strong and true in your life and the ones that need to go.

5.) Trauma and Physical Effects

This is the part of grief that I don’t think many people talk about. Since my sister’s passing my energy levels have been zapped. No matter how much green juice I drink or B Vitamins I take, grieving is hard work and I definitely feel the effects physically.

For a good year, it was hard for me to make it through the day. I would feel tired, I would lose my motivation or concentration, I would feel heavy. I was lucky as I work for myself and could take a break when I wanted, but I totally understand that this is not always possible for everyone!

I do think it is important to take time off work when dealing with grief. I also think it is important to make the time and actually sit with your emotions in order to deal and process them.

Burying them under the rug or doing things to distract yourself is sometimes necessary to get through the day, but you can’t hide like this for very long.

Along with feeling physically exhausted, I started developing skin conditions and digestive issues. My skin started breaking out with patches of eczema and my digestion has been all over the place.

I know these physical symptoms are all from stress, and I know from my past that I tend to hold a lot of emotions in my gut, so I was not surprised that is where majority of my symptoms showed up.

It took almost a year for my digestive troubles to ease up and even though I still have a few patches of eczema, I am trying to work on de-stressing and allowing my body time to heal.

Having physical effects is not something I expected, but it makes sense as our bodies are so connected to our emotions.

If you are dealing with physical ailments along with your grief, be sure to get them checked out, and then just be gentle with yourself as you allow your body time to heal.

6.) Post Traumatic Stress

The other layer of grief is post traumatic stress. Even though this is something that is typically used to describe veterans who have experienced the horrors of war, I have also found it to be present in the grieving process too.

While my grief is nothing like having to deal with the traumas of war, for many months I found myself gripped in constant fear and anxiety. Whenever the phone rang my stomach would drop and my heart would start racing- what if this was more bad news? What if someone else had died?

It took months before I could calm myself down about my phone ringing or not having my phone in case someone needed me.

Along with the phone anxiety, my mind was also scarred with the memories of my sister’s final hours. Death is not pretty. It’s not like what it looks in the movies where the person has a pretty face and then gently closes their eyes.

Don’t get me wrong, there is a peace in death, but leading up to that point is extremely challenging to witness.

All of what I saw that day would play over and over again in my mind. The memories of that hospital room, the memories of my sister’s face. The look on my parent’s faces. The smells. The sounds. They were all haunting.

For months after her passing, my stomach felt like it was constantly churning and it was just an awful feeling to have to deal with on top of everything.

I felt so anxious all the time, and I would just feel gripped with fear that something like this was going to happen again, that I was going to receive more bad news.

This is where my practice with meditation, journaling, and breathing exercises really, really helped. They helped me to manage my anxiety levels and helped to ease the constant churning in my stomach.

Eventually, the painful memories started to disappear and my anxiety lessened. I still feel anxious about it every now and again, but time has definitely helped to ease things for me.

7.) Grief Emotions

Finally, the last layer of grief are all those emotional stages everyone talks about- shock, denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance.

All of these are real and you do feel them, except they may not come in stages. I found that I shifted back and forth between all of them. Some days I would wake up feeling very accepting, but then just a few days later I would still be in shock that this ever happened!

The emotions are like a rollercoaster, and all you can do is hold on and allow yourself the freedom to feel them all.

I can say that being a year into the grieving process, it does get easier. I don’t think the grief goes away but you learn to manage it better and you learn how to not let it run too much of your life.

I do think time helps, and for me, the one year mark was when I finally started to really accept what had happened.

Up until this point I kept wishing that I would wake up and it would have all been a bad dream, that it was just a glitch in the matrix, but when the one year mark rolled around, I realized that I needed to stop doing that, and start accepting my reality for what it was.

The emotions come and go and I am sure that will never change, but life does go on, and even though that in itself can feel scary, it can also aid in the healing.

Grief will crack you wide open, there is no doubt about that. It will bring up your deepest pains and fears, it will challenge everything you ever knew about yourself, it will wipe you out, drain your batteries, and in a way, it will cause a part of you to die too.

The best thing you can do is be gentle with yourself, give yourself permission to feel, and develop some tools to help manage physical symptoms or any anxiety that my be present.

Grief is no fun, but I do thank it for making me that much stronger.

 

 

~via ForeverConscious.com