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• Commitment Appetizer: “Over the years my life’s happenstances have underscored a vital clarity. I have learned an essential personal truth: As I have experienced failures and successes – professionally, personally and physically – I have learned that until I commit, I am hesitant; there is a chance I will draw back and be ineffective. Nonetheless, the moment I absolutely commit, expectations also move. All sorts of things occur; a stream of assistance and helpful happenings, which I couldn’t have imagined, have come to me. Possibilities and opportunities appear, often unforeseen until I commit to act. Then I experience new personal empowerment to develop new habits that support me in new special desired efforts. I am enabled to choose to be willing to grow and evolve professionally, personally and physically. This commitment concept has been proven to me time and time again, and so indelibly stamped into my mind, that I believe it is a true principle for individual support and growth.”
• Attitude Combo Platter: “To get through the hardest journey we need take only one step at a time, but we must keep stepping.” ~Chinese Proverb
I learned I needed to begin with creating a mindset for all that is possible. Doing so is key to preparing the way for beneficial shifts and changes. Without my participation, certain activities are just a process of words. A readiness to take the bull by the horns and take action became necessary. I am trying as hard as I can to release any attitude keeping me stuck or sabotaging my getting well. I know I must be willing to develop new habits that support me and void any thoughts stopping my purpose to reconcile my grieving. No matter the situation it is important to live life to its fullness. I hope my attitude can resonate the following to help me reconcile my grief and loss: I stand against grief without reconciliation. I stand against grief longevity and permanency. I stand against grief without hope, happiness and healing efforts.
• Discovering & Empowering My Personal Power Dinner: Power is a word that is much used and very little understood especially personal power. The concept of Personal Power is not necessarily all about physical muscle. Personal power is about heart and mind. It is about my declared active intentions, my willingness and determination to do – to trust the power that lives inside of me. Personal power is the source of anything and everything I do. It comes first then everything follows. Learning to tap my personal power to create my own happiness is my challenge.
• Grieving and Coping Main Dish: I am surprised how grief is such a powerful force that settles in your heart and mind like a dark heavy fog. At times, my vision is clouded, and confidence in self is uncertain. Heartbreak is difficult to describe, complicated, personal and unique to each individual. My deep sorrow is awkward, often painful and complex. It is certainly not invited. Sometimes my grief is accompanied by an avalanche of partners-sorrow, fear, hopelessness, and uncertainty. Often, I feel helpless and vulnerable. Yet I know I can learn how to move through my grief. Fortitude, desire, hope, and determination are all words that designate personal actions needed. With most serious challenges encountered, that cause significant grieving and loss, we are utterly paralyzed by the complexity and size of the problem. As we insist on getting an immediate perfect resolution – the better answer we receive may be to accept gradual imperfect solutions as we act upon taking small steps and move toward grief relief, hope and healing.
• Emotional & Intellectual Actions Hot & Spicy Dish: Emotional and intellectual actions don’t always join in complete harmony. Intellectually it appears easy to accept the responsibility to heal physically, intellectually, and emotionally and learn to reconcile my grief. All the following ideas underscore beneficial actions – Concentrate on your talents. Seek the best professional help when needed. Find a support group. Your resolve and intentions are significant to your healing. Don’t be a mug-wump with your intellectual mug on one side of the healing fence and your emotional wump on the other side. Be proactive. Bring humor into your life and seek happy moments. Live your life to its complete fullness. As I think of these self-help tips and as I act upon them I will be able to resolve some of my deep
• Hints to Overcome My Grief Twice Cooked Delicacy: “At this very moment, you may be saying to yourself that you have any number of admirable qualities. You are a loyal friend, a caring person, someone who is smart, dependable, fun to be around. That’s wonderful, and I’m happy for you, but let me ask you this: are you being any of those things to yourself?” ~Phillip C. McGraw, The Ultimate Weight Solution: The 7 Keys to Weight Loss Freedom, 2003
I have been thinking about the resolve and daily purpose necessary to make my new me, my new life, peaceful and happy and about the conditions that are temporary and those which will remain permanent. Transforming my overwhelming grieving feelings into opportunities and possibilities really depend on my attitude.
• Embrace Your Pain Basket of Taste: I need to follow a purposeful path. I need not get caught in the snare of trying to understand everything about my grief. I may not fully understand it now or ever. Because of my grief occurrence, I have become more fully aware I am not able to control death or many horrific happenings in life. As I walk the path of pain and feel torn apart, I pause and reflect on memories of my loss and the life I miss. This experience of reflection and remembering is sometimes painful. Nevertheless, when I am ready to embrace my changes I will find strength to journey through my unchartered wilderness. In my own time, in my own way as I actively regulate my intentions to heal, I will find empowerment to reconcile what I have lost.
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