Are you struggling with grief? Do you want to learn how to cope with the loss of a loved one? Are you ready to gain a better life after loss?
I did it. You can too.
Why a “better” life? Is it really possible for life to be better than it was when your loved one was still physically here? The answer is YES and here’s why: That person you love so much would never want to see you regress or see your life become stagnant. That person would want every day of your life to be better than the last.
It’s okay to cry. It’s okay to reminisce. It’s okay grieved. But IT’S ALSO OKAY TO SMILE after a loved one has passed. IT’S OKAY TO PROSPER after a loved one has passed. Your loved one wouldn’t want you to live a miserable life after they pass.
You can never really be prepared for loss, and when it hits you it can break you. After my experience with loss, I came to the realisation that a shattered heart can be made whole again and serve as a beautiful gift.
When I was 10 years old, my parents both died on the same day. After the tragic loss, my life was never the same again. I was abused, starved, attempted suicide several times, homeless and suffered depression. I struggled with coping with the loss of my parents for many years until I made three conscious decisions:
1 A C C E P T A N C E
My parents had passed and nothing could change that.
2 F O R G I V E N E S S
Forgiving myself, those who wronged and forgiving “life”.
3 D E T E R M I N A T I O N
I became determined to live a happy life, knowing that my parents would’ve wanted that for me.
Would YOU like to make the conscious decision to turn YOUR life around? Are you ready to carry on the legacy and to heal your heart? Are you ready to live a better life? I know how difficult it is to do it on your own, so let’s chat.