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Intuitive Women Leaders Need A New Paradigm
Why Should You Care About Healing Hidden Grief?
Where To Start: 6 Steps To Healing Hidden Grief
1. Shift Your Paradigm
2. Look At Workaholic Tendencies
3. See Yourself Holistically And Take Self-Care Seriously
Holistic Self-Care Includes, But Isn’t Limited To:
- Eating the right foods, staying hydrated, and getting plenty of rest.
- Replacing harmful beliefs that reduce our impact with healthy ones that cause us to feel safe and supported.
- Feeling our feelings so we no longer feel so out of control but more grounded.
- Connecting spiritually to something greater than ourselves, to a greater purpose.
4. Set Healthy Energetic Boundaries–Discern What Is You Versus Them
5. Review Your Impact Without Harsh Self-Judgment
6. Find A Healthy Balance Of Taking Responsibility
When You Set Healthy Boundaries For Yourself, Some People Won’t Like It. They Will Leave You
- Did you do anything that you’re aware of to hurt this person?
- If you did or didn’t, have an honest conversation and ask them–“Are we good?”
- If they let you know that you hurt them, you can apologize for your part even if you didn’t intend to hurt them. You don’t have to “own” their accusation if it’s not your truth. But you can acknowledge it and help them to feel seen and understood.
- This may be enough to clear the air and heal the relationship so it can move forward.
- If not, realize that people have their own beliefs. They will make decisions about you that are outside of your control. In this case, you need to give yourself permission to move on without feeling ashamed of your impact.
- You can find the lesson and do your best to not repeat the negative impact in futute relationships.