HOW TO HEAL PAIN


Dear Human,

When we face difficulty the quickest way to relieve ourselves of the misery and angst associated with it is to walk calmly right into the center of its storm.

Don’t run away. Acknowledge it. Feel it. Own it. Don’t deny it is there. If you do you only delay the time it takes to heal it.

Immediatley facing anything that is uncomfortable or even downright painful results in that much less time being tossed about by it.

And remember that while whatever we overcome may leave a scar, it can also make us much stronger, wiser and gentler human beings.

Love,
Sheri

🌎Dear Human©
Sheri S Bessi, QMHA

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11 Responses to HOW TO HEAL PAIN

  1. Right on, Sheri! Simple but not always easy — yet it is a powerful and efficient way through. Many blessings — good stuff here, Alia

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  2. The Phoenix Gathering says:

    Reblogged this on The Phoenix Gathering and commented:
    A powerful, yet concise, way to look at how to heal our pain from a brilliant woman, Sheri S. Bessie. I highly recommend following the Dear Human blog for a big dose of inspiration and strength. ❤

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  3. For sure living through pain gives us tough skin and makes us stronger.

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  4. sfarnell says:

    I found that I want to feel bad but can’t I want to face the pain but I don’t know how. I decided that if I can’t face it then I must rise above it and look at what still have and what I live for 🙂

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    • I don’t understand what you are saying. Can you try again for me? Sheri

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      • sfarnell says:

        I’m not sure I can is kinda how I felt last year. All the crap that was going on left me feeling bad and I couldn’t feel sad. I remember one day I decided that I want goung top wallow I was going to change the things I could and try and deal with the things I couldn’t later. Sorry that probably doesn’t make any sense either. *smh*

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  5. The Phoenix Gathering says:

    This is pure truth, especially when it comes to moving on from past abuse. May I re-blog this so that I can share it with my audience?

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