There may be times over the next couple of weeks when you feel like your head might explode through stress or perhaps you may feel so fed up that you don’t want to get out of bed.
The first thing is to say that you’re not alone, and these feelings are common when you’re grieving.
And the second is to remember is that it WILL pass, YOU WILL will get through it. This year will go better than last year and in no time at all it will be January.
I could write all sorts of tips and techniques to help you, and instead I’ve recorded a short audio which includes a great technique which will help you to feel better in any situation, whether you’re feeling stressed or very low.
I’ve written posts on techniques before and the links are below. You also still have time to download my e-book (just completed the boxes above and it will be emailed to you).
Family coming to stay at Christmas? Here are 3 things you can do to take control
Dreading the work Christmas ‘do’? View it as a game of pass the parcel
The most important thing you can do over Christmas
You may also find this post by Lisa Manterfield’s over at Life Without Baby about Resetting Holiday Expectations helpful.
Please remember that self-kindness and self-compassion are key so do take care of yourself.
Thank you for reading my blog and for your support and comments.
I wish you a peaceful Christmas.
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