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How to Bloom from Your Wounds: Giving Grief New Meaning

How to Bloom from Your Wounds: Giving Grief New Meaning

Let’s be honest: nothing makes death easier for the ones left behind. Yet what breaks your heart connects you to others in new ways. Through that common thread, you grow the courage to bloom from your wounds. To grow, to give, to live again. And here’s what that might mean for you…

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What Grief Is Like: A Poem about How Grief Changes You

What Grief Is Like: A Poem about How Grief Changes You

Grief hurts. It can feel like wreckage, like being washed away and remade in a new way. We can label grief as bad, badgering it into being innately wrong when, in fact, it’s proof that we’ve lived and loved. Really lived, really loved. This poem embraces grief as part of LIFE, not just death, and essential to healing.

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3 Affirmations for Mental Strength to Keep You Going

3 Affirmations for Mental Strength to Keep You Going

“I am stronger than I feel.” That’s the mantra that inspired these affirmations for mental strength. Use them daily to keep your head up, heart open, and hope alive. I hope you know: you’re capable and brave and significant, even when it feels like you’re not. Actually, that’s exactly when you’re the bravest of all.

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Dissolving Worry in Your Awareness: A Mindfulness Practice

Dissolving Worry in Your Awareness: A Mindfulness Practice

Try this simple mindfulness practice next time you feel trapped by your own thoughts. It’s short and you can use it anytime, anywhere. Instead of destroying the worry, you’ll dissolve it in your focused awareness. Then you can move through your day (or night) feeling calm, capable, and open to what’s next.

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A Prayer for the Lost (for the people who've gone and the ones left behind)

A Prayer for the Lost (for the people who've gone and the ones left behind)

This is a prayer for the lost. It's for the people you've loved and lost and still love. It's for you when you're the one who needs to be carried. We all need that kind of help. So here's a prayer. For the love that keeps you from being too far apart. Even on the days when the people you love feel too far away.

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Signs from the Universe That You’re on the Right Path (This Is One)

Signs from the Universe That You’re on the Right Path (This Is One)

You know when you see signs that you KNOW are meant for you? You see hearts everywhere, in the clouds and leaves, on street signs, or certain animals or words keep showing up. You feel… seen, heard somehow. If you haven’t seen one in a while, let this be your sign that you're ready to receive whatever it is you need.

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When Everything Sucks and You Need to Change, Remember These 4 Things

When Everything Sucks and You Need to Change, Remember These 4 Things

Ever want to burn every bridge you’ve ever built so you can start all over again? Or, even one will do? You need to change. You can feel it in your bones that staying the same isn’t an option anymore. If you feel it, you’re in the right place! Rock bottom, sick and tired — it’s sacred ground. Here's where you rebuild.

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You Need to Appreciate the Process of Things (So Things Work Out Better)

You Need to Appreciate the Process of Things (So Things Work Out Better)

When you appreciate the process of whatever you’re striving for, you create a better outcome for yourself. Because the outcome is a result of how you get there. And the energy you feed into the process (joy vs. stress) has a say in how you feel when you get to its end. Feelings first, then journey, then destination.

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Healing Yourself 8-10 Seconds at a Time

Healing Yourself 8-10 Seconds at a Time

Ever decided that, instead of complaining about the fleeting nature of happiness, you're going to relish those 8-10 seconds? You're gonna soak up all that short time has to give you? Maybe even make it last a fraction of a second longer? It's one way to heal. One of the most long-lasting ways, I think.

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