Change impacts us. Change changes us. The process of letting go is a necessary part of living. We are impacted by those changes across our 4 continuums: physically, emotionally, cognitively and spiritually. This perpetual state of grieving where we have gains and losses regularly is a part of life.
Some of us are most content and blissful when in our routine. We enjoy knowing exactly what we believe in, what to expect and where we are going. Change, on the other hand, sends us into a tailspin! Even when we know something isn’t working anymore, we stick to it, to the familiar, because the unknown is too scary!
It’s normal for feelings of anger and pain to bubble up at times, but deliberately mastering forgiving yourself will allow you to process and let go quickly. Remember, you are only human and you are allowed to make mistakes and can learn from them.
Communication is an essential part of any relationship. Effective communication can allow for satisfying exchanges with others and a better ability to manage conflict which is inevitable between people. Healthy communication allows for diversity of opinions. Communication is a learned skill for most of us. Learning what our style is, who we best communicate with and what our triggers for conflict are can set you on an effective path for dealing with others.
Positivity leads to authenticity. Surrounding yourself with people who choose to focus on the good helps to manage the not so good. Acknowledging that life throws curve balls at us helps us to become more flexible and adaptable. So that we can duck and dodge life’s hits and still move forward!
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