Sometimes when we flail, fight and resist, we only sink deeper, perhaps even drown in our unwanted reality.
The rock and river are very different and they still find a way to coexist. The same is true for us in our relationships.
There are 3 key cancers of the mind that result in damage to yourself and to others.
With some nurture, time and patience, we can restore ourselves and rise from the ashes of burn out with beautiful green fields of mental, physical, intellectual and spiritual health.
The skies may seen grey when we experience loss. We can use our memories to see blue through the pain.
Fear can by crippling. Fear can change our lives. Fear can make us do things that simply do not make sense...Fear itself is not our real problem.
What happened or did not happen to you is not the point; the most significant aspect of your life is that you are alive right now.
Have you ever been driving a route you normally take and come upon a sign that said the road was closed? The same can happen to us in our relationships. We can think we are on a path and suddenly find that path is closed.
And when we better understand ourselves, we also open doors to a peace, calm and stillness that in turn, opens even more doors in the relationships that matter most.