"Mourning Moments" By Bob Willis
Change of Scenery
I am aware that the stress and anxiety of grief can make it feel as though the walls are closing in around you. It may be a smothering feeling, even difficult to catch your breath.
These are signs that you need a break. Even a small change of scenery can help open up the lungs and mind. It is my belief that grievers must "come apart before they fall apart".
Where do you go to be refreshed? Do you have a favorite location that settles your heart and mind? This is a great opportunity to share what works for you. It very well could be your idea that helps others.
A "mini-vacation" does not need to cost anything, but it can provide valuable time to release the stress that steals peace. Where do you go? What activity do you enjoy that allows you to gather your thoughts and unload stress?
Some people must leave their home to find such a peaceful place of renewal. Others can spend time at home to replace the balance that gets shaken.
Your input is important. If you have discovered a way to lower stress along the grief journey, please share it with other readers. It can be another way for us to support each other.
Bob Willis, author
"A Guide for Grievers"
"JESUS: The CRUCIFIED CAREGIVER"
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