A friend once said – Everybody hurts and with that, he had all the judgmental eyes in the room, on him. He was even asked if he was depressed.
Well, to be honest, we all hurt and it’s not a good feeling. Who wants to get hurt?!
Reasons are however different; it can be due to the loss of someone dear or of something that could have been, maybe because of an insult, act of bereavement, or some relationship issues, low self-confidence, not getting a promotion etc.
What’s really important after we do get hurt is, RECOVERY.
Often we come to the conclusion that we were to be blamed, it was our fault, that we shouldn’t have expected this and it shouldn’t have hurt. We keep all of this inside us and don’t even talk about it.
Why can’t we just accept that it will hurt because we are human beings?
I expected something and it didn’t work out, life can be hard at times.
I lost someone and came to the realization that people and their feelings aren’t something that we can control.
We dismiss our own feelings to protect ourselves and those around us from the impact we imagine they will have.
This usually causes us to feel more depressed, sad, anxious and at times uncomfortable in the relationship so we end up criticizing ourselves. This becomes one big vicious cycle.
The answer is- It will be a beautiful feeling! And you’ll be able to move on with grace and satisfaction. Let acceptance sink and allow yourself to heal.
HEALING, such a simple word yet very powerful.
Let it hurt but only to a degree that it is supposed to and then work on your healing. Music is the best therapy, dance if you can go for swimming or trekking, or pottery even. Take a walk by the beach if it’s your thing. Whatever brings you comfort, whatever calms your mind- indulge! Talk to your friends if a family is not an option or, talk to a professional.
The sadness doesn’t remain forever- Every night has it’s morning and there’s always light at the end of the tunnel. There’s a crack in everything and that’s exactly how the light gets in!
What you lose wasn’t meant to be yours- I know accepting it might be difficult but then acceptance and letting go is the ultimate answer.
Things had to go will go, you did your best and that’s what matters. Don’t give a home to HURT, It’s not worth. Heal and Move on.
Let’s find that bigger picture and let’s move beyond the HURT. Let’s accept it, acknowledge and move on. Let’s respect each and every feeling as its humane. As long as you feel, you are alive.
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:-) A seeking one.
By profession, a Wellness Coach for Physical and Mental Health, Certified Yoga and Pilates Therapist, Grand Master in Meditation, Traveller and a Blogger