Life can really get to be too much sometimes. Let’s just take what is happening currently in the world with the pandemic. What a hot mess. When you feel like you’ve had just about ENOUGH, the best possible thing that you can do is find some way to get your aggression out. What you’re feeling may not be rage, per se. In fact, you may be dealing with a mix of emotions that are based on fear. Sadness. Grief. Frustration.
This is why we created this FREE workbook. It is intended to show you how to de-stress when life gets to be a little too much.
Because…let’s face it. It happens to all of us.
Feeling Stressed? Fear got the best of you?
Download your FREE Love and Rage Workbook here!
Although it is true that you may be feeling as if you’re a ragey grief monster, or as if a black cloud has decided to make its permanent presence known right above your head…you don’t need to go through each and every day feeling like these emotions are running the show. Bring some fun and transformation into your life with this workbook.
Our story with dealing with stress and how we have learned to de-stress
Frankly, as a teen growing up in a hostile and emotionally abusive household, I was no stranger to angst and feeling like I needed to blow. Unfortunately, the angst turned inward, and I began to dabble with self-harm. Thankfully, with the interventions that were introduced to me in residential treatment as a teen, I learned a handful of life tools that made my transition into adulthood much smoother. Kim’s story was a little different.
Kim, who was married to her hubs with two kids in Ohio, started to reveal to our circle of friends that she was *GASP*…gay.
Needless to say, Kim grew rather angsty as she struggled to integrate this new information about herself with the life that she was living. Her hubs was NOT supportive. She knew she needed out, and she wasn’t completely sure how to de-stress. She felt backed into a corner. She knew that if she didn’t start living HER life, she was going to bust.
Eventually, she made the incredibly difficult decision to leave behind her secure life (with the husband, the 2.5 kids, and the white picket fence). She moved into a tiny shoebox apartment, into a toxic relationship with another woman (but hey…at least it was with another woman!), while she and her ex shared custody of her two young girls. No, the situation wasn’t ideal.
However, it was at least a step in the right direction. Needless to say, she did NOT make these bold moves in haste. It took a whole lot of love for herself and rage toward a number of factors for her to finally do what she felt she had to do.
I won’t go into the rest of the story here since it’s rather long, but I did talk about it in our post, Am I a Lesbian? These 8 Questions Can Help You Find Out.
But we both wanted to share this story with you today because we knew that it could be helpful in helping others find out how to de-stress…particularly if you are someone that does feel backed against a corner and as if you’re swinging your fists at life.
We know that if you’re in a situation like this, you NEED support, and maybe even a little bit of fun to lighten the mood a little bit.
We put our minds and hearts together, and we created something specifically for you: the Love and Rage Workbook.
This free workbook is for you if you are looking for a way to blow off some steam while also working your way toward creating a life that feels RIGHT for you. You can download it by clicking on the button below.
This is the PERFECT resource if you’re looking to find out how to de-stress (and not take it out on those you love!