Healing

How do you heal?

I know some people write and journal, some turn to alcohol, some indulge in ‘junk’ meal, some seclude and isolate themselves, some pretend like it never happened, some endlessly talk about it every chance they get, some cry day and night, some explore new interest for the sake of distractions, etc etc.

Is there really a right or wrong way to heal?

How do you heal?

But whatever way you find yourself trying to heal from whatever is causing you pain, distress, and sadness, I want to remind you that:

Healing takes time, dear. Embrace the process.

#thesunshinethagain

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22 responses to “Healing”

  1. AMEN!

    I “heal” by spending time in nature, mountains, beach, driving the backroads or in my own backyard garden. Therapy that keeps me going! ❤

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    1. Ah that’s a good one! I, too, enjoy nature! Thanks for sharing your way of healing. 💝

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  2. Depends on the type of healing it is, emotional or physical 🙂 Everyone heals in their own ways, I find writing, music, yoga and being in nature therapeutic.

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    1. True! We all do heal differently. Speaking of yoga, I haven’t done them in a while. But when I did, they were relieving to the body. Thanks for your input! 🙂

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  3. I try to remind myself to embrace the process every day!

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    1. You are doing great! 🙂

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  4. I find that reading, writing, talking with friends, and taking photos while out exploring nature helps me “heal”. Having an accountability group helps too! :]

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    1. I bet it do! Thank you for sharing what works for you. 🙂

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  5. For me praying to God, nature and writing! I love being outdoors and watching the beauty in God’s grandeur and how he works through them all! I just love it! ❤ oh I'm loving your new layout btw! 😀 God bless you! Xxoo

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    1. I love the outdoors too! It can be very peaceful and beautiful.
      Aha! You noticed! You’re very attentive.
      Thank you! How kind of you. 💝

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      1. Yeah it truly is! You see God’s beauty in it! ❤ … Lolol yes I am haha! You're welcome much!

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  6. Hey Sunshine! Healing is a journey – especially God’s healing of our broken hearts & lives. Thanks for your reminder. blessings & blogging hugs! ✨🌷🤗💜🤗🌷✨

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    1. Yes, it sure is! Thank you for reading. Blessings. 💕

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  7. Prayer and writing 🙏📝

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    1. Ah! Good one!
      Thanks for sharing! 🙂

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  8. A beautiful post❤️❤️❤️

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    1. Thank you kindly Dina! 💕💕

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  9. To answer your question I’ll send you my last post of my blog, “Disciplelife”, I’m living the miraculous life, you can have it too!
    https://disciplelife.blog/2018/06/08/friday-8-06-18-making-it-a-lifestyle/

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    1. Will give it a read! Thank you for sending it in.

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  10. My own experience, alcohol or over eating isn’t really healing. Everything in measure, but it is hard to have a balance if in huge pain. To heal I think is best to do wholesome things, talking with friends, sleeping, exercise, healthy diet, good thoughts…. but it is very hard, especially if one is more melancholic.

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    1. Absolutely! You’re right about everything in measure. Truly, it is of greater challenge when the pain is still fresh.
      I agree with you, it can be very hard because sometimes when we are in pain, the last thing we think of is exercising or eating right.
      Thank you for sharing you way of healing.

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      1. Thanks. I’m still on the road, long way to go. One thing from my own experience what you mention about when the pain is still fresh. For me, when the pain is “fresh” I am in better place than when the pain “settles in”, if that makes sense.
        When the pain is fresh I am in shock or numb or switch to autopilot. The problem starts when reality sets in and I am hit it after the initial shock.
        Like it is with emergency situations for example, if we witness something traumatic our minds and bodies go on high alert, but often into autofunction. The real pain comes later when the waters settle.

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