“I know this is exactly the way it’s suppose to be for the moment.” This sentence has gotten me out of dozens of meltdowns.
It’s not the words that make this affirmation work, it’s the fact they represent a full surrendering of the current circumstances.
So right now your life feels like one GIANT sh!t show? Many days you hold it together, some days are even good, and the rest are reserved for your major meltdowns. How do I know?
This is how real life is for people who’ve been through some real heavy stuff; people who want more out of life; people who are highly empathic and feel the world’s pain; people like you who are emotionally present and actually give AF.
The gift and the burden of actually giving AF…we care so much about so many things, and this is why it becomes all too much sometimes. Haven’t you noticed that people who don’t care about much are rarely upset or can’t sleep?
Don’t know about you, but February and March has been intense for me. Many days have either started or ended in total Tiff-style meltdowns, which looks like a hyperactive tornado inside my brain of obsessive, over-thinking, fear-based thoughts until I crack and start sobbing.
After coaching and mentoring thousands of people through serious panic attacks, meltdowns, depressive episodes, and PTSD anger… the only thing the works is when someone gets into a full surrender. Accepting that for this exact moment of time, it is what it is, I can only do so much, and I trust that God or a higher power will take care of the rest for the greatest good of all.
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