All of that grief worsened when my period came. It was such an intense time in my life that really affected me moving forward. I remember crying myself to sleep quite a few times because of the heartache I felt and not knowing what to do. I really tried to trust and understand that there was a plan and I couldn’t control it all. But that wasn’t always easy.
Being diagnosed with SIBO, going through grief and fertility treatments.
The other day I was on a phone call with a potential coaching client.
She was so sweet asking me how I was doing after the sudden death of my uncle and friend's son, as well as my grandmother in the hospital, and other personal things that happened two weeks ago.
Believe me, that weekend was one of the most emotional weekends of my life. SO much happened in 48 hours that I wanted to curl up in a ball and cry and scream. My sensitivity was sky-high. But I didn't freak out.
Two years ago I had just finished my first trip out of the country alone. This was a big deal for me because I didn’t go away to college due to my severe anxiety. I never thought I would travel alone, especially somewhere far away that I had never been before. Additionally, it was a big investment financially and I was taking a week away from my businesses and family.
Yet, the trip was one of the most powerful experiences in my life for so many reasons.
In Costa Rica I met up with a group of women whom I had never met...
I know it’s been a long week. I have felt extra tired due to the combination of colder air, daylight savings and some other big things happenin’ in history...
But I have come to the conclusion that we can’t give up if we’re upset. We need to keep going every single day, spreading hope, peace, joy and kindness as much as possible. I didn’t come to this conclusion alone of course. I have been talking (quite a bit) to people who feel the same way that I do right now, including family, friends, clients and even total str...