INNER STRENGTHS

When you have lost someone who was an important part of your life, making it through a day takes inner strength.

It’s easy to beat yourself up or put yourself down for what you feel you are doing wrong — especially after a tremendous loss — but we are going to shift and look at what you are doing well. Simply being able to get out of bed each day, go to work, focus for an hour, or feeling hopeful that each day might get a little easier IS an Inner Strength. You can label it optimism, or simply survival, but you should feel good about the fact that you made it through a day.

 

You can pave the way for your innate Inner Strengths to shine through and bolster who you are truly meant to be when you regain your balance. You'll be surprised to find that you have more strengths in your arsenal than you know, but also that the idea of having 'needs' and accepting help is not a weakness, but a strength as well.


Inner Strengths and balance work in beautiful tandem with one another to create more peace within you. Make sure to explore the Balance Pie along with this tool.

 

WHAT THIS COULD HELP YOU WITH:
• To take ownership of your personal strengths.
• To gain an understanding of what strengths you believe are important.

QUESTIONS YOU MIGHT THINK ABOUT:
• What Inner Strengths do I believe I possess?

What Inner Strengths do others believe I possess?

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