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3 Steps For Getting Through Hard Times
We all go through difficulties now and then. The tricky part is not getting stuck...

We all go through difficulties now and then. The tricky part is not getting stuck thinking it will not improve. Here are some steps you can take to help yourself not only get past the hard times, but actually learn and improve because of them.

  1. Get a journal just for this event. Write whenever you have feelings, memories, anxiety, etc. Writing what you’re feeling gets it out of you so the negative stuff doesn’t stay in there to fester. And the good stuff will warm your heart.
  2. Go to Byron Katie’s website and download The Work. Then, begin to ask the questions and especially do the turn-arounds. You’ll find it a powerful process.
  3. Letting go of one thing opens the space for the next thing to come in. When you get stuck in the fear, frustration and anxiety of change, it means you don’t quite believe it. Letting go of the old is the ONLY way to let new, bigger, brighter things into your life. I would recommend you do a kind of ritual of release and opening to what’s next. You make it up according to what your heart tells you.

I hope that helps. Even if it doesn’t feel like it at the moment, you are on a journey to a new place that you can’t yet see or imagine. But knowing that more and better is waiting for you invites it in.

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Kara Oh

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