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Self-care while Grieving…

Whether grieving the loss of what was, or the loss of a loved one; how we process and take care of ourselves helps to restore personal healing. While we’re all processing Covid19- the impact on our lives- drawing strength from our support group / family is key. Here are a few steps to assist along […]

Whether grieving the loss of what was, or the loss of a loved one; how we process and take care of ourselves helps to restore personal healing.

While we’re all processing Covid19- the impact on our lives- drawing strength from our support group / family is key.

Here are a few steps to assist along the NEW journey.

  1. Renew your selfcare routine- what do you need today?
  2. Stay close to your THRIVE- TRIBE – your support.
  3. Take time to appreciate the little / big things. Practice Gratitude.
  4. Share and Receive Love. Most importantly start with SELF. Go Easy.
  5. Make a plan- pray and meditate over your plan.

In memory of my grandmother…

Mozella Bryant- 92, Albany Georgia

Many Blessings!

JestaciaLanette

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