“Your past need not define your future. Loss is ultimately a catalyst for transformation and awakening to your true potential.”
Melody Chardon – Intentional Living Leader
Loss is inevitable. Letting loss override your life is not.
It’s YOUR decision. Make the right one for you.
Surviving life’s transitions, the pressures of separation, divorce, job termination, or the illness or death of a loved one, can often feel like you’re navigating through an emotional minefield of grief, guilt, even feelings of failure and shame.
Intentional lifestylist and certified grief recovery specialist, Melody Chardon explains that much like a diamond is comprised of many facets, so, too, is our reaction to any major life change. Even an unexpected relocation due to a career change can trigger overwhelming anxiety and stress when it activates internal hot buttons that painful, past experiences have “installed” at a deeper level.
After a major trauma, many people can live their lives feeling hopeless and heartbroken, disheartened and disenchanted. Instead of moving on from the loss, moving forward with their recovery, they stagnate, endlessly reliving the negative experience, while telling that same story, searching for something, someone to blame.