You Can’t Heal Where You Were Broken

Have you ever been so broken by something that no matter what, you could never recover? That the hurt of that experience was deeply rooted in your bones and a part of who you are now? It can feel suffocating as if there is no way out—as if this pain will define your life forever. But I’m here to tell you, healing from such an experience is possible. You don’t have to stay stuck in the place where the hurt was done; instead, you may need to summon the courage to walk away. And yes, I mean in just about ay circumstance you find yourself in. It can mean walking away from a job, a marriage, or even your family or origin. Sometimes, the only way to heal — and to possibly reconcile one day — is to create space.

Finding the Strength to Make a Necessary Change

Change can be scary, even when we know it’s necessary. But sometimes, the fear of the unknown can hold us back from the very things that will lead us to a better life. I’ve learned that finding the strength to make a necessary change starts with taking a step back and assessing the situation. Is it making you unhappy? Is it hindering your growth and progress? If the answer is yes, then it’s time to muster up the courage to take action. It won’t be easy, but it’s worth it. Once you make that change, you’ll look back and wonder why it took you so long to do it. So take that leap of faith and trust that you have the strength within you to make it through.

Dealing with Guilt and Anxiety that Comes with Leaving

Leaving can be one of the hardest things we ever have to do. Whether it’s leaving a job or a relationship, the guilt and anxiety that come with it can be overwhelming. We start to question ourselves – did we make the right decision? Could we have done more? It’s a difficult road to navigate, but it’s important to remember that we made the decision to leave for a reason. Sometimes staying in a situation that no longer serves us can do more harm than good. So, when the guilt and anxiety start to creep in, take a moment to reflect on why you made the decision to leave. Trust yourself enough to know that you made the right choice for your safety and mental health. It may take time, but eventually the guilt and anxiety will fade. And who knows, maybe leaving will lead to greater things than you ever imagined.

Implementing Healthy Self-Care Practices for Recovery

Taking care of yourself can seem like an obvious thing to incorporate in daily life, but it is often easier said than done. As someone who struggled with putting myself at the bottom of my list of endless responsibilities, I have come to realize the importance of implementing healthy self-care practices. From consistent exercise routines to learning to set and enforce boundaries, prioritizing my own well-being has become essential in maintaining a positive and stable mindset. By investing in self-care practices, we not only improve our own lives but also set a powerful example for those around us.

Learning to Let Go of Your Past Trauma and Move Forward

Letting go of past trauma is hard but necessary work. We have the power to heal and move forward. It may feel scary at first, but it’s worth the leap of faith. For me, it took therapy and a lot of self-reflection to start letting go of my trauma and the negative beliefs that came with it. It wasn’t an overnight process. I’m still a work in progress, but now I can see the light at the end of the tunnel. It’s never too late to start healing and taking steps towards a healthier, happier future.


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