My Dear, It Gets Better
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.
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