“Travel isn’t always pretty. It isn’t always comfortable. Sometimes it hurts, it even breaks your heart. But that’s okay. The journey changes you; it should change you. It leaves marks on your memory, on your consciousness, on your heart, and on your body. You take something with you. Hopefully, you leave something good behind.” ~ Anthony Bourdain
This week’s news has been filled with touching and sad stories about the remarkable life of author and celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain. We spent nearly 20 years getting to witness Bourdain living his life with an unparalleled sense of honesty and curiosity, as he attempted to teach us all about humanity and empathy through food.
We are, all of us, moving through our lies, managing ourselves in the best way that we know how. Sometimes we are gracious and strong, and other times we are small and fragile. Sometimes living is so effortless that we hardly notice we are doing it, and other times it feels nearly impossible.
In that cycle of depression. We fight our daily battles and manage our daily stress, and instead of resting and renewing our energy, the battle shifts to an internal one. We have to then contend with the negative internal dialogue of self-doubt, fear, and sadness.
No matter how you decide to get help with depression, remember that you are not stuck. You are not alone. And you can feel better. You don’t have to pretend to be okay. In the time it takes you to have lunch, you can change how you think about yourself.
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Karen Gray CH, RN
Karen Gray is a Certified Hypnotist, a Registered Nurse, and the Director of Green Mountain Hypnosis in Lebanon, New Hampshire. For more information on how you can use hypnosis to change your life, you can visit www.greenmountainhypnosis.com, or contact Karen at email@example.com, or (802) 566-0464.
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