Healing: messy, raw, and incomplete. Roll with it!

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If you’re healing from emotional trauma or grieving a loss, there’s no right way to do it. Healing takes time and is extremely personal; there’s no hard or fast rule for exactly when it’s “complete.” Where it starts & ends isn’t linear; years or months go by, you think you’re fully healed and BOOM – life hands you a trigger and suddenly you don’t know what to do with your feelings.

When you’re healing you’re an open wound walking around the world raw. It’s a vulnerable time, not one that can be wrapped up in a neat bow, all clean and tidy.

Today’s video is about how to stop triggers from derailing your healing process. Give yourself permission to feel %$#ked up and heal in the way you need to. Here’s a summary of what I talk about in the video:

  • Healing does not have a clear, finite beginning and end point.
  • Reflect how quickly or how long you stay in survival mode.
  • Gauge your initial and extended response to the trigger.

If you are healing, I’m sending you love. You might feel alone, but I know from my own experience and from people I hear from who feel lost & taking baby steps to heal that you’re not alone. Reach out for comfort if you need to, and take it further by helping someone who may feel small, alone, or lost. If this video helped you, share it with them, it might help them too.

Hope to see you in a few weeks on Blazing Q&A!

With love,

xx Ishita

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