We have forgotten it's okay to be sad.

Life can really suck some­times, and there can be long long peri­ods where things feel very heavy. Grieving the loss of a loved one, or the loss of what you thought things would look like, or the end of a rela­tion­ship is all very dif­fi­cult. The last 6 months for so many people I know and work with has been very rough 💕

There is no timeline for feel­ing “bet­ter”. In some instances, loss isn’t some­thing that we move on from, it’s some­thing we learn to integ­rate into ourselves and go into the world with ten­der­ness and under­stand­ing. 

If we don’t give ourselves per­mis­sion to feel the heav­i­ness, dis­com­fort, blah, sor­row, how­ever it mani­fests, then we will not be able to get to the love and under­stand­ing we desire at the oth­er side.

The oth­er side of deep loss and sad­ness isn’t the death of ourselves, it’s birth to a new more lov­ing self that under­stands the com­plex­it­ies of life.

All of it is okay.

As we go into a hol­i­day sea­son that for many reminds of what isn’t there, or brings up com­plex feel­ings about self-care, lov­ing rela­tion­ships, remem­ber that the feel­ings are a remind­er that you are still hon­or­ing parts of your­self that are mov­ing through big things, and the mere under­stand­ing that you can is deeply spe­cial. It is what makes us human, and the dark con­nects us with the joy and love. You’re not alone 💕🥰

#dis­easepre­ven­tion #body­m­indaware­ness #grief #griefre­cov­ery#com­pas­sion #natur­o­path #self­heal­er­scircle #sel­flove #self­heal­ers#heal­ing #emo­tion #emo­tion­al­heal­ing

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