Everyone wants to feel good, especially in these times. But if you want to feel good, you have to feel. Grief work is essential work; it’s the access point to more life.
Everyone is grieving, and we need to start talking about it.
Holding space for the difficult emotions is the only way we will heal from this pandemic, individually and collectively.
The coronavirus has upended normal routines and a way of life we’ve known, and there’s no timeline on when it will end. How to create certainty in these uncertain times.
One of the biggest factors that I’ve seen keeping clients stuck energetically is that they have not grieved their losses. Ungrieved loss is the ultimate productivity killer.
In the wake of unspeakable tragedies, we often rush to blame, judge, and take action. Our aims may be noble, but we skip over the crucial first step: grief.
The willingness to show up for others in difficult times is transformative. Not just for others, but for ourselves.