I choose to feel my feelings. And I can get the support I need in the process.
As a highly sensitive person, I’ve always been one to feel things deeply. And over the last couple of years, some of these feelings have greatly intensified. Experiencing my first pregnancy, having a baby, and moving across the country have brought up all kinds of emotions – including grief. Lately, I’ve found myself grieving the loss of the life I once knew as well as many of the expectations I had for this new phase that I’ve stepped into. The thing about grief is that it can be a long process. And one that comes in waves. I can feel great one day and really be struggling the next. But I’m learning again and again that things seem easier when I allow myself to feel my feelings… and then ask for the support I need to process them.
If you’re a deep feeler like me, you can probably relate. My advice: develop some safe containers to help you sort through and process the feelings that come up: journaling, talking to a friend, or working with a therapist or coach are a few great options. I’ve certainly used them all. And I’ll also be sharing a helpful tapping video in 2 weeks!
Peace and blessings,
P.S. Ramadan mubarak to all my fellow observers of this holy month. May it be full of peace, healing, and blessings for you!
P.P.S. – Do you consider yourself a sensitive soul? Are there any situations that often make you feel overwhelmed by your emotions? Or any experiences that keep you feeling stuck in some part of your life? If you answered yes to any of these questions, and you’re ready to make a bold, true change, I can help you. Click here to schedule a FREE discovery session with me.