Navigating grief and sadness, exploring meaning and transformative power of grief in personal growth

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  1. Hi, I read your comments or a couple of your comments in the last video. In particular, one of you has sadness in relation to a child… And I felt sadness yesterday significant sadness so I thought I would do this brief discussion on grief and the gift of grief and the opportunities we may have through exploring our grief…. Please excuse the quality, as I did it using Zoom Much love to you Lauren.

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    1. Wow, I am deeply touched and deeply impressed by your words. Thank you, you are amazing Lauren!

  2. This is crazy. Today I feel sad, but I’m not sure why. Yesterday I didn’t. I “had” a friend that said that I have everything and I shouldn’t feel sad or depressed. I’m also going through peri-menopause. And, to be clear, I don’t have everything as my friend assumed because she’s not me and isn’t in a position to tell me don’t be sad. I have thoughts that affect me at times, particularly guilt that isn’t mine to carry, but I still do (I’m working on it with my therapist). Many of my sad times come from my thoughts about my mom, friends I used to have, and the pressure I put on myself to “just be better.” It can be exhausting

    1. I’m so very sorry that you feel sadness at times and yes I agree that no one else has the right or the capacity to tell any other person how to be or how to feel thinking of you Lauren

  3. Iam not going no where I want to go all the way with my blue eyes always and forever babe Thanks you

  4. What timing. I got some very discouraging news these past 10 days; major bad financial cash-flow bad news just a few hours ago.

    1. I’m so sorry I don’t have the answers for you unfortunately, but I wish you resilience clear thinking and ability to work through it. Thinking of you Lauren

    2. @@LaurenOstrowskiFenton Thank-you, Lauren. I experienced a helpful AA meeting earlier. More encouraging words and advice. I have to find good paying work FAST.

    3. Good on you for attending AA you are very resilient all the best with finding paying work@@yonitznkc

    4. That was beautiful and very timely. It seems like I have a tremendous amount of grief and sadness at the loss of so many different relationships in my life upon awakening a few years ago, I deliberately distance myself from family members, my best friend and my last relationship when you go through these changes within yourself the people that were in your life previously no longer resonate with you.
      Not only have a conscientiously let go of family members and friends, but I walked away from my husband, who I have been separated, but living with due to financial reasons because I couldn’t take the verbal abuse anymore. Granted, it was not constant granted, he would never physically hurt me, but it was enough, because I started to love myself over the past few years, and began to understand that I was a human being that deserve to be treated with kindness, love and respect ..
      It seems like I’m experiencing a tremendous amount of challenges this past year all at one time but I don’t question it because the whole world is accelerating at a fast pace. There’s a shift going on and we are in the thick of very very challenging times that are in of themselves that we are not personally involved in them Are extremely sad and produce a tremendous amount of grief within me.
      Violence and wars and natural tragedies that wipe out peoples homes and everything they have I mean how in the world can not produce sadness within those of us who hold so much compassion within ourselves .
      I have been jumping around YouTube, listening to different people who have basically helped me through all these difficult times, but nobody has ever been as open and genuine and honest as yourself .
      I hope that when others listen to you, it gives them that freedom, and that feeling to do so themselves because a lot of people are too silent about their pain. I think it’s something that should be shared just as joy is shared.
      Ty for being so genuine, and so free with expressing your feelings, because then it gives us the opportunity to do the same as well.
      I have been reading other peoples comments and what they are experiencing and I want them to know that they are never alone not only do you have the universe and whatever you may consider as being God on your side whatever you want to call it you are never alone .
      There are so many people out there like yourself who are kind, considerate, compassionate, and caring. Sometimes you do have to seek them out and other times it just happens naturally. .
      I really do wish everyone who is listening here, peace, joy, and all the wonderful things that life have to offer in spite of all the pain .
      I am not accustomed to opening myself up this way, and I hope I don’t infringe upon Lauren and what she is saying it’s just I need to express because I normally or I have been taught to hold these feelings in and it’s definitely not the rate way to go at least that’s my experience .
      You must feel in order to heal .
      I hope I didn’t overstep any boundaries here by expressing those thoughts and feelings, but I am going through a major change in my life now moving away from a place where I’ve lived for 20 years a man that I was married to for 30 years because I need the change and even though I’m doing so and I’m feeling scared to death. I’m also feeling a tremendous amount of peace and freedom , so there’s always a price that you pay if you want to put it that way for daring to forge ahead in spite of those fears rather than remaining stuck either in a situation or a relationship or but whatever.
      I just learned that you don’t always need to broadcast it but sometimes you do need to vent and express your feelings and you just learn when it’s OK to Express and when it’s better to take care of it within yourself .
      So I hope I didn’t put anybody off by expressing myself, but it is true feelings as Lauren would put. It are very very sticky. .
      But it never ever means that you are stuck ….

  5. This is beautiful. I often worry that my pain is for nothing, like I’ve wasted years of my life in sadness. But this reminds me that it’s not for nothing. I think surviving hard times also teaches us that we can survive anything so we can move forward with greater strength

  6. There is so much valuable wisdom 🙏 in your words 💞Lauren💞. The ultimate challenge is undoubtedly the letting go and the acceptance of loss. 😒 My inner strength comes from determination to listen to my empathic impulses and pay it forward.💞 Love from 🇨🇦 to Lauren💞

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