When my husband told me to “let it go” in relation to a relative treating me disrespectfully, I was furious. How could he be so dismissive and insensitive? I wanted to be angry. I wanted to feel justified in that anger. It felt like my feelings and needs were not being met or even considered and I just wasn’t going to take it anymore.
As a newsletter subscriber, you know that this year I have been working on loving myself, embracing change, living with gratitude, not being a people pleaser, and more. Such lofty goals had me clinging tightly to outcomes and actions, working incredibly hard on being happier and healthier. The reality is that peace and balance do not actually take hard work in the traditional sense, but rather require just what my husband suggested – letting go. (Please don’t tell him I told you he was right or I’ll never hear the end of it!). Learn just how I came to that conclusion, and how I made it work in the latest blog Tips for Letting Go.
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Here is what I have been up to this month:
- Practicing QiQong with free videos from the NCCAM
- Gearing up for Invisible Illness Week 9/8- 9/14
- Considering adopting a new furry friend via www.petfinder.com
- Finding inspiration at www.thehiyl.com and on Pinterest
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