Every one of you has been on an amazing journey over the past several months. Today we tap into what it means to pursue resilience – the capacity to recover from difficult events. You are not alone as you take steps to build relationships, reframe past hurts, accept failure, practice forgiveness and create a sense of purpose. One day at a time. Click here for a transcript.
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We are Faith and Lois, and we tackle just about anything from the perspective of where you come from to where you are going. Using our experiences, a bit of humor and our unique way of understanding life, we are here as you deal with challenges or rejoice over your latest accomplishments.
You are not alone!
Wisdom is our new theme for the next few weeks – in your relationships, your body, spirituality and your craft. In today’s episode, we look for wisdom in your relationships. Maybe it’s the way your friends listen to and interact with you.You find wisdom in the balance of your close relationships. How about when your friends and family are patient with you? And as you experience their love, you feel included. May you thrive in the wisdom of those closest to you!
Your work can have a significant role in your recovery from loss. It helps you put things into perspective. In our podcast, we explore how recognizing there is a time and season for everything plays out in your craft. There is structure with a routine. You are up front with your colleagues. It’s an opportunity to reflect on your habits. The connection with your co-workers can heal. You are not alone. As you work through all stages of grief, may this offer you the space to begin the healing process.
Spiritual practices can make an enormous difference as you recover from loss. Today we explore five ways to go through the stages of grief. First, connect to your source of strength. Second, be still and appreciate the silence around you. Third, go into nature or a spiritual place of worship. Fourth, do something for someone else. And fifth, pull out a photo album or your phone, and remember those you love and who love you. You are not alone. We encourage you to take the time and space to breathe, begin to heal and move forward.
What do you do for yourself when you’re experiencing loss? In today’s podcast, we consider what you might be facing and how to manage your body. If you’re experiencing energy loss – how can you slow down and appreciate this time? Maybe you’re sleeping too little or too much. Your eating habits might change. How about anxiety? Or weight gain or weight loss? The bottom line – be kind to your body. Discover what happens as you acknowledge you are right where you need to be.
Recovering from loss is on top of many of your minds this week – and ours too. Following two mass shootings, we want to explore how to recover from loss in your relationships, through your body, using spiritual practices or in your craft. As you care for yourself, you may notice others are hurting, too. How do you care for those in your meaningful relationships? We offer 6 ideas – from listening and reaching out to connecting with support. We hope you will share these strategies.
Building influence in your craft allows you to make an impact in your workspace. Today, we explore 5 ways you can make a difference. When you encourage trust, you enlist the cooperation of others. Be the person others count on and you’re seen as consistent. As you listen, you build influence because your clients and colleagues know they are heard. Staying relevant with your skills keeps you fresh. And when you receive and offer feedback – the lines of communication are clear. What a way to build camaraderie!
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