Have you ever been told that as you change and grow it’s important to grieve the person you left behind and celebrate that life you lived? It’s also necessary to get super excited for the life that is to come?
Were going to dive in to how to grieve who you were, celebrate what was and look forward to all that is to come.
Before you think about the pressures of grieving, not knowing how to or worrying about going there and how to not stay there too long…. I’ve got you!!!!
Let’s face it, most people don’t like to talk about this. Mostly because it’s usually, ok always associated with the loss of a loved one. No-one grieves the same. Everyone has their own idea of how people should grieve. To avoid any conflict people have just come to a point where they stop talking about it.
I want us to talk about it. The more we talk about it the easier it is to recognize our beliefs around grieving, how to do it, and resolve the lies about it. I could write an entire post on grief, but I will refrain.
Grief is defined as deep sorrow. When we grow and change into someone new, we are choosing to let go of a piece of who we were. Most people believe that because you are growing as the person you are that who you were is not worth thinking about.
Personal Development and Business Development tend to keep us so forward focused we don’t realize that not grieving creates future stuck points. We want to move forward and focus on the future, growth, and solutions. To lessen our stuck points, we must observe the past to discover the root cause.
Grieve who you were.
I have had to grieve who I was so many times. Just an example of how early in life we start changing and we don’t think it will impact us I want to share this story.
I have so much more to share. I have the rest of this story on my podcast that was released today so check it out!
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