I don’t ever remember while growing up being taught or guided on how to manage the emotional attributes of sadness & grief. I remember one time when I was about 8 years old my nana calling the house in hysterics to inform my mom that her father had fallen ill & was in the hospital.Continue reading “The Power Beyond Grief”
There are many times in our lives when we must deal with the physical & metaphorical death or the severing of ties of an ended relationship (personal or professional). It is impossible to fully remove yourself from the relationship in a healthy manner if you don’t begin to mourn & grieve the loss that is happeningContinue reading “Don’t Trade In Your Grief For Sabatage”
I never once was taught from the early age of my adoption how to mourn & grieve my first initial loss that ended up effecting my entire life. I think because we are babies, the world around us was incapable of understanding the dynamics of this replacement mother/baby switch, believing we as children didn’t have anything to grieve. Adoptees are looked upon as a blessing in someones else’s life, while our own personal trauma from it goes unnoticed, ignored or dismissed, acting as if this loss never happened to us.
there is no true skill within the artful moment of a goodbye..it is an emotion that clogs up your spiritual capacity to think clearly and looms a cloud of heaviness over and around your kingdom of self leaving you to chock back the emotional smog that you don’t want to endure at any given moment..because pain really does hurt behind the toothy smile..Continue reading “the artful moment of a goodbye”