If you are wanting to understand and heal your grief, if you want to find new purpose and happiness in your life “Teddy Bear Doctoring” is not your best option. Healing from horrendous grief and loss requires much more than sticking a thermometer in a Teddy Bear and playing doctor.
When faced with dreadful grief “what to do” and “how to do it” are gigantic questions. As you mourn you feel torn apart; you have special needs. You feel helpless and indecisive and hope is fleeting. I am truly sorry for your sorrow and loss.
Reaching beyond Teddy Bear treatment for grief relief requires other more beneficial care. Important action-oriented tips will help you move beyond your grief and loss and find new peace and joy.
Seek Valuable Support
It is my sincere hope that you have available the very best support from others. As you begin to work through your sorrow you will find the need to seek and accept support. In addition, you must be compassionate, and true to yourself, to begin nurturing your healing journey.
Reconcile Your Grief and Heal
Reconciling your grief is necessary for the healing is in the reconciling of your loss and sorrow. Having the courage to care for your personal unique needs will help you discover the new you and begin a fullness in living a happy life.
Your Best Alpha Actions
Certainly, horrendous grief and sorrow bring volatility into one’s life. Unwanted and often unexpected grief and loss happenings highlight how volatile your personal life can be. In order to stop grieving and start healing, first order of personal preference should be your best alpha actions. To maximize your inner happiness, peace and empowerment to heal, your alpha must be your preferred actions.
Your alpha actions should lead you from sorrow and misery to happiness, peace and a fuller life. Decide what alpha actions should lead you from sorrow, misery and loss to happiness, calm and joy. Turning grief, loss and sorrow into healing moments – one transformation breakthrough at a time – should be your true alpha challenge.
“To get up each morning with the resolve to be happy is to set our own conditions to events each day. To do this is to condition circumstances instead of being conditioned by them.” ~Ralph Waldo Emerson
Some wait thinking if they hibernate that in the spring they will arise and be healed. Although it may be necessary for you to take a brief hiatus from your devastating sorrow and loss, simply waiting is not a useful option. You must be proactive in your efforts to find new happiness. Take time today to brainstorm all the things you think you can do to bring happiness and peace into your life. Take time to write down the four actions or steps you could take to move to a better place in your life. Decide which if those steps you will take here and now.
You Are Stronger Than You Think
“When our days become dreary with low-hovering clouds of despair, and when our nights become darker than a thousand midnights, let us remember that… [God] is able to make a way out of no way, and transform dark yesterdays into bright tomorrows.” ~Martin Luther King Jr.
Inner strength is often hidden. Lying dormant within most individuals is an untapped sleeping reservoir of personal power. Within you is a tool box of strong points which has not been needed, as it is now, as you are journeying through new uncharted challenging territory of grief and loss. Now is the time to dig deep within searching for inner strength. You can if you will! Ask yourself what you can do and determine what you will do? You may surprise yourself as you dig deep for help from within.
Teddy Bear doctoring is insufficient. Seek support from all available useful and beneficial sources. Reconciling your grief is necessary for the healing is in the reconciling of your loss and sorrow. Use your best alpha actions. Don’t wait; begin today to seek ways to stop grieving and start healing. You are stronger than you think; you have inner strength which has not been needed before. Use your inner empowerment now. Important action-oriented tips will help you move beyond your grief and loss and find new peace and joy. You can find new happiness. You can understand and heal your grief, if you want to find new purpose and happiness in your life. Remember that it is up to you; no one can do it for you.