Grief comes with aging. The inevitable loss of strength, home, friends, family, health, and more. Aging calls for greater self-acceptance and grace.
During the last year, I learned just how much grief is a call for “timeout”. A focus on self-care. A time for compassion towards ourselves.
Indeed, this soft attitude of self-acceptance ripples out to others automatically.
Recently, I touched on this in an interview with Catherine Rowan, a truly wise woman. She’s also the organizer of an event called, The Wise Woman’s Journey. [see below for sign up info]
Together we explored the grief that comes with aging. It’s a rare person who doesn’t experience loss as they age. The take-away lessons are how to give ourselves permission to acknowledge the grief. And to be gracious toward ourselves.
That’s why I’m sharing a recording of our chat with you. CLICK HERE
It’s only 35-minutes – just enough time to enjoy a good glass of wine or make a meal. A FREE GIFT is included for your enjoyment.
Go here to register for The Wise Woman’s Journey: grow older as a powerful woman
Don’t you love discovering new insights that make life easier? I sure do.
That’s why I’m encouraging you to forward this newsletter to 5 people you love who are grieving. Make their life feel easier.
Love all around, above, below, to the left and to the right, before you and behind you,