Throughout life, we face many challenges. Some of them we can tackle without using too much of our energy but some leave a mark on us and our mental health. In that process, we tend to lose ourselves, our confidence, and our voice. Left without a barrier we are easily damaged by the words of others in our surroundings. It becomes harder when we are not able to set healthy boundaries and we let the toxicity of others spoil our days. Going through this process as individuals we are constantly facing our communities that more often than not, have strong opinions on our decisions and would want to influence our next steps.
That is why it is important to learn more about ourselves and trust our intuition. It is a practice like any other. Through this practice, we learn resilience and the importance of our happiness. Upon realization that we are the ones that can change our attitude, the way we react to our surroundings is the first step of self-development.
The path to healing is not easy but it is a rewarding one. Through this process we need to stay grateful for the things in our lives that got us to where we are, practice self-reflection, open up and ask for help. It is important to remember that you are never alone.
Joining us today on Success by Design with Elizabeth Sutton is Hadassah Greenberg, a grief counselor. She started her career as a grief and healing counselor eight years ago when she realized that something in her life was harming her well-being. Throughout the years she had the chance to work with people from different communities and backgrounds all over the US and help them recover from their loss and trauma. Through her work she helps people find peace in uncomfortable situations, dig deeper and reach their full potential.