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Kally invited me to write another guest post and this time she would like me to address the topic ‘How to handle grief in the workplace, when your colleague passed away. Honestly, I cringed a bit, an automatic response to the word grief. However, I also immediately knew I would agree to do it. Since grief might not be an easy topic to talk (or write) about, however, it is part of life. Denying life is finite, is not a healthy habit.
Tomorrow is World Mental Health Day. Many around us will focus on how to lift your spirit, get back on your feet with positive affirmations and to make an effort to find the light again. I’m going to ask you to be compassionate and embrace the darkness.
A little over two years ago, I wrote an article about unhappiness and that it is OK to be it, every now and then. Back then, it seemed to become a new trend: someone stating to be unhappy or even depressed. Today, I’m republishing a large part of that article, updated it here and there, to remind you: it is OK to be unhappy once in a while…
Procrastination. I think we all are guilty of it sometimes. Maybe, reading this, you are even disconnected, stuck, right now and not sure what next step to take. Let’s examine this week what might be holding you back, Connecting to Life, to Others, to Yourself.
Although I encourage you to Connect to Life, Others and Yourself, it is impossible to Connect to all and everyone.
Hereby, I would like to thank you for taking the time to visit my virtual home! Connect with me personally via the comment section or visit my contact page.
Looking forward to Connect!
Over a decade, I write and create, developing my virtual home into what it is today. Connecting on a global scale, aiming to inspire YOU to Connect. To Life, to Others, to Yourself.
Let us stop trying to convince one and another there is only one way to live. Instead, let us empower each other to find and live the lifestyle suitable to our uniqueness.
Acknowledging and embracing our differences, using them as strength to build meaningful Connections and a world upon which we can all thrive.