On The Wheel Wednesday

Don’t bottle your grief and pain. It can become an emotional poison.

Maybe you grew up with rules like I that prohibited and restricted crying.

Sometimes we all need a good cry, to release the pain and sadness. It literally is the overflow valve for emotion.

And provide some emotional release and relief.

It’s okay to cry when you need to. It’s not your job to hold things in until you feel like you’re going to burst. It does not matter if your make up runs, or your eyes get puffy, or even if you are a boy. Our tears are a way to let things going and make room in our hearts for healing.

If these guys can cry with all that make-up on, so can you!

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    1. So glad you like it! I have been a fan of The Cure for as long as I can remember. Keep well, Margaret! πŸ™

    1. This is great to hear, thank you for sharing, James! I hope you are keeping safe and well today πŸ™

    1. Wonderful! Hard to beat The Cure! Thanks for your comment, Michael! πŸ™ I hope you are keeping well

    1. Indeed! Tears help us to balance out once again. πŸ™ Glad I was able to introduce you to a new song!

  1. Great advice. I view tears as living, sacred adornments from within, a glaze for the cheeks that my emotional kiln fires into experiential connections I celebrate as inner gold that flows up from within to fill the cracks for renewed wholeness. Better for having been broken, I am continually put back together without motion-limiting scars. I am continually opus back together with the golden splendor of connections made that celebrate the breaks. The broken bone heals stronger. I heal stronger.

    1. That is a very beautiful way to describe it. Thank you for sharing Jordan! πŸ™ Hope you are keeping well.

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