Unbroken And Free
Just because you’ve endured broken relationships doesn’t mean that you are broken. Don’t let your past define you, let it refine you.
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Anger and sadness are really two sides of the same emotional coin.
When we’re sad we feel depleted, joyless, unmotivated, and helpless.
When we’re angry we feel energetic, focused, motivated, and powerful.
Both of these emotions are natural and necessary to experience in your healing journey.
RHE had a way of showing people that they were unbroken, that they had value, and that they were loved. Her legacy of meeting life with humility, compassion, humor, and courage will live on through every person whose life she touched.
Eshet Chayil, Rachel.
One year ago, I wanted to die. The weight of all my decisions and actions came crashing down on me in one gigantic emotional tsunami. I cried. I raged. I broke my favorite glass. And I questioned whether I had any value to myself or those around me.
The demons almost won. Almost. Therapy saved my life.
Not getting what you want in life, even when you put a ton of time, energy, and effort into it, can hurt. It can make you feel like the universe is conspiring against your happiness. You may even think that if it weren’t for bad luck, you’d have no luck at all.
That’s not true.
Most of the time not getting what you want is a blessing in disguise.
When a relationship breaks, you lose a lot.
You lose friends, family, yourself, and your identity.
If you focus on what you’ve lost, you’ll never find your way to healing.
You’ll also find yourself again. Not the you you once were, but a new you, who rebuilt yourself putting all the broken pieces back together in a different way.