For four years after my loss, I was in the constant care of so many people. Coaches, practitioners, healers, friends, and a fantastic therapist. All at different levels and intervals, but with plenty of overlap.
Even now, despite my hard-won ability to push my edges, root out my old patterns and beliefs, and untangle from subconscious strategies that no longer serve me, I rely on the care and wisdom of others. I can do so much of it on my own, but there are still many times I need support.
I talk to my most cherished and brilliant friends regularly. I enlist coaches when I need them. I work with practitioners and different modalities as my ongoing and continued healing requires. I take programs or attend events as I feel inspired.
I don’t do it alone.
No one does.
I can do a lot more alone after many years of learning, healing, and growing, yes. But I also know that it happens far more rapidly when I bring in support.
You don’t have to do it alone.
You don’t have to “earn” your healing or growth.
You don’t have to suffer in silence.
Ask for help.
Learn from others.
Get guidance from safe sources.
Allow others to share their hard-won wisdom.