Grieving is difficult. We grieve losses of family and friends, and even our pets. Lost or stolen objects can also be a source for grieving. Such setbacks can take a toll in our quality of living. A flood of sadness, anger, guilt and sometimes fear interfere with our dreams and it becomes difficult to make rational decisions. Sadly, it takes time to manage the journey of loss, and to deal with the depression that follows.
Do you find your sadness invading spaces where joy belongs? Or perhaps your sadness hides from you dampening your spirit without your awareness. In whatever way your sadness is lurking, read more to discover how you can lift the veil of sadness for happier functioning.
The Real Problem “Our most beautiful dreams are born from our most unpleasant nightmares.”― Matshona Dhliwayo The real problem is we don’t share because we fear being in poverty The real problem is we hide from our truths for fear of lacking quality The real problem is we don’t reach out because we fear rejection [...]