Have you ever thought, “I’ll just give it time and the relationship will work itself out”? or . . . “It will take time, but I’ll lay low and s/he will see I’m right . . . ” or “In a few weeks or months it will work out/ I will heal/ things will get better .”?
Guess what: Time Does NOT Heal All Wounds and JOY is more than, “Absence of pain.”
Joy is not synonymous with, “Less miserable today than. . . .” Joy is a centered experience; a oneness with the Universe; an awareness of personal fulfillment and gratitude. Joy is a blessing and it can be yours.
We all experience moments, even days, wherein we feel ‘out of balance.’ You may be out of balance right now. If it has been a constant companion over a few weeks or longer, you might be feeling out of control – keenly aware that you need to heal. You may know that part of the healing process involves cutting negativity out of your life; thus, you are doing your best to avoid negative people. And yet, you feel you are still not sufficiently, consistently balanced. What’s going on?
Important note: The link below embarks upon self-analysis which, in some cases, might best be facilitated with the assistance of a well-trained mental health professional.
So, in case you didn’t click the link above, here it is again: Time Does NOT Heal All Wounds. I’d love to hear from you or read your comments about this post. Here’s to your health and happiness!