Three Tips To Healing Emotional Wounds

Three Tips To Healing Emotional Wounds

Be aware that the pain is real:

Become aware of what you feel without falling into the trap of feeling; allow yourself to feel what you feel. Pain is a part of life, but that doesn't mean we have to like it. In fact, pain is a sign that something isn't quite right. Whether it's physical pain from an injury or emotional pain from a traumatic experience, pain can take a toll on our wellbeing. The key to managing pain is to become aware of what we're feeling without falling into the trap of feeling. That means allowing ourselves to feel what we feel without judgement or resistance. When we can do that, we open the door to healing and transformation. Pain can be a powerful teacher if we let it, and by learning to strip off our baggage, we can often find ourselves in a much better place. So next time you find yourself in pain, remember: feel the pain, but don't get lost in it. Allow yourself to feel what you feel, and then let it go.

Acknowledge your emotions and learn to accept them.

Don’t block your emotions to avoid the pain.It is often said that we should not bottle up our emotions, but rather acknowledge them and let them out. But what if acknowledgement itself is painful? Does that mean we should just sweep our feelings under the rug and pretend they don't exist? Surely, that can't be healthy. 

The thing about emotions is that they are like wild animals - if you try to suppress them, they will only come back stronger. It is only by facing them head-on that we can hope to tame them. Facing our emotions can be a daunting task, but it is essential for healing and transformation. 

When we block our emotions, we are carrying around a lot of baggage that weighs us down and prevents us from moving forward in life. By stripping off this baggage, we can open ourselves up to new possibilities and experiences. 


So next time you're feeling down, instead of reaching for the nearest pint of ice cream, try acknowledging your emotions and learning to accept them. It may not be easy, but it's sure to lead to a more empowered and authentic sense of wellbeing.

Heal the underlying fear and feel the pain until it is gone: 

Heal the underlying fear and feel the pain until it is gone. In order to move on from what's holding you back, you first need to access and then release the emotions that are keeping you stuck. This can be difficult and painful, but it is essential for healing and transformation.  However, once you strip off the layers of pain and fear, you will begin to feel a sense of wellbeing and wellness. It is important to remember that self-care is not selfish; it is necessary for your overall health and well-being. So, if you're ready to let go of the past and move forward into a brighter future, start by healing the underlying fear and feeling the pain until it is gone.


Sandra Turgott 

May 25,2022

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Beautiful Sandra
As usual, you are an inspiration to others .
Today your words ring through more than ever .
Blessings girl!

Doreen Harrison

Well said. I realized that the pain of grief is so tangible, that you can actually accept it and carry it as an extra piece of luggage!!
Rightly said, you have to feel and acknowledge the pain , and let it go.
Thanks for the reminder!!

Doreen Harrison

This is excellent! Very positive message

Jannett Thompson

Beautiful thoughts, deep and inspiring.
Continue your writing it’s inspiring others to think and be and grow beyond.

Jodi Ann

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