Getting Through It Not Over It
Grief & Growth
What To Do
Getting through it not over it.
What To Do
"The human capacity for burden is like bamboo – far more flexible than you'd ever believe at first glance."
– Jodi Picoult
Expressing emotions on paper makes them workable and allows you to write exactly what you are feeling.
Exercise releases endorphins in your body that help regulate emotions.
Being able to rely on others and lean on them in your time of need will help you regain strength.
Eating the right foods can actually counteract cortisol production, in turn relieving stress.
By putting your mind to use creatively, you can begin to process emotions.
When you sleep, your mind and body are given time to heal and recover.
Helping others can is a great way to make an impact in the lives of others, allowing you to find some purpose.
Meditation & Yoga
People who meditate regularly lower their cortisol levels by up to 20%.
Giving yourself a smaller measuring stick can help rebuild your sense of accomplishment little by little.
Speaking to someone who is trained in grief counseling can help you work through intense emotions and overcome any obstacles you are facing.
Finding meaning in loss has been shown to greatly benefit the healing process.
Crying removes toxins from your body that are built up due to stress.