My Dear, It Gets Better

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About this Episode


The purpose of this blog:

As a certified life coach, I am constantly asked the question, “Who coaches the coach?” And I tell anyone that asks that the greatest coach for me is Life, and every time I learn a lesson, I share it with you – my audience, family, friends, or anyone who is willing to read.

So welcome.

My story:

Life is coaching me on the fact that regardless if I am going through, or have gone through, a difficult time, I know for a fact that eventually, it goes away.

Let me ask you a question: Have you ever experienced a spectrum of emotions regarding a situation that left you emotionally distraught, but you overcame it? If so, I want to encourage share your story with others. You never know who can relate. There is always someone that needs to know they’re not alone.

#ALLENders, I have faced many obstacles myself, especially heartbreak. However, as time progressed, I started to think less and less about the situation. The tears I shed started to dry up. Whatever was weighing me down felt lighter, and the best thing of it all, I stopped thinking about it.

My life kept moving forward, and, without realizing it, my life started to improve. Whatever “it” was did not stop my success, and whatever I lost, I was able to recover or start over again.

Practices to help you to move on:

The key is to:

  •  Accept what is
  •  Let go of things out of your control
  •  Be ready to make necessary changes
  •  Focus on yourself
  •  Financially stabilizing your life
  •  Allow “the process”

Why? Because no matter how much it hurts now, eventually, it gets better.

T. Allen Speaks

About Brett Larkin

Brett is the founder of Uplifted Yoga, an online yoga and meditation community empowering students to personalize their practice and ignite their best life – on and off the mat. She’s instructed at top studios, companies like Google and Pinterest, and leads the world’s most interactive Online Yoga Teacher Training program. She teaches to a social media following of over 150K people. Her content on Youtube is streamed for 2 million minutes each month.

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