Do you ever get the feeling that even when things are going okay, they could go bad at any second? You, like me, may have lots to be grateful for. But it’s like one bad mood could throw everything off.
I was told it’s like living on a razor’s edge. And that metaphor just made so much sense to me.
When I was having a hard day recently, I didn’t want to acknowledge my feelings at all. I would rather watch YouTube videos, google hair products, and even take a nap before giving my feelings space.
But, when I finally journaled and shone a light in my darkness I realized this: I was lonely. Despite living with my family, I was feeling lonely. And that was a lot to unpack.
In today’s episode, I’m talking about coping with feeling like you’re living on a razor’s edge. It takes courage to explore your darkness and discover your emotions. But when you acknowledge your truth, you’re able to accept all parts of you. And if you’re lonely, being accepted is all you want.
WHAT YOU WILL DISCOVER
- Why journaling is like going to the gym for your mind.
- How to give yourself permission to feel your feelings.
- Why you can still feel lonely when you’re around others.
- The beauty of exploring your dark and discovering your light.
- The thing I’m loving and would have judged myself for 6 months ago.
RESOURCES FOR YOU
- Start your journaling practice today with my new Mindset Journal
- More Myself by Alicia Keys
- Sign up for my new course: How to Feel Grounded Confidence
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