I've been there, in every category listed below, and now going through all the challenges that COVID-19 has delivered, just the same as you. Working through each past loss was very difficult at the time and now, we are all working through the daily challenges brought by COVID-19...THE EQUALIZER.
I encourage you to emboss the Hope 4 U Message on your Heart to help you through this difficult season.
Did you know that the Heart is a muscle? It is not the largest muscle in our bodies, but it is the hardest working. If something happens in Life that puts extra strain on this most-important muscle that is strained to begin with, Life's balance is going to be jeopardized.
If you click on the yellow box to the right of this text, you will be connected to a link regarding COVID-19 support where you can find A to Z resources for additional support.
If you are in need of support that has to date escaped you, contact us.
All the changes that have been requested, required or insisted upon us are creating additional strife in the Life of everyone that I know and losses are increasing weekly.
Loss here on planet Earth is inevitable. However, the stronger the Heart is going into any loss, the quicker we can re-strengthen this crucial muscle that carries the extra load of grief. The sooner we can regain our Life's balance, better results for all in the long run.
And how do we do that? Through immersing ourselves in support. Although we are similar to the inflatable sand-bottomed clowns that can be punched from every direction and spring back, we are Human and at times need some extra support. Advantage the support systems listed here, emboss the H4U Message on your Heart, and heal more quickly from yesterday, today or tomorrow."
Emboss the Hope 4 U Message
Apply 1-2-3 "Mental W-illness"
Incorporate Essential Oils
Live within the Brilliance
CO-VI.SION with us into 2021
"I have buried 2 of my own children. My 2nd son, Sonny, was born with his head detached from Sonny's body because I was a drug addict at the time.
My 1st born son, Sean, was killed 13 years later, by a drunk driver, at the age of 17 years. You do all you can do . . . and that's all you can do.
When one suffers the loss of a child, a common moment of an attempt at solace includes, 'I could never make it', from another who means well.
Reality is that they would, but it is not a 'club' into which we would ever want to invite someone. We make it through . . . One l-o-n-g day at a time.
If you are grieving the loss of a beloved child, I 'hear' you and I am so sorry. There are no words to comfort such a Loss, but I can tell you there is Hope and how I get through it . . .
. . . One day at a time."
"One week prior to the death of my son, Sean, we buried one of my 5 brothers, Mark, after cheering him through fight with cancer for 6 years. Explaining the death of a sibling, whether it be caused by early term, poor choices as a parent or brought on by the hand or other causes, there are few words, but I can tell you there is Hope and share with you how I get through it . . .
. . . One day at a time."
Handling the loss of a beloved animal, young or aged, and how to turn your grief onto positive paths to help others.
Working through the loss of long-time mentors of influence and what to do with a mixed-bag of emotions.
Sorting out feelings of loss and focusing on the memories that were accumulated through shared experiences.