You can't heal what you don't feel
Photography by Christina Wiebolt during the filming of Is Your Story Making You Sick?
It's often said that "you can't heal what you don't feel," and this rings true when it comes to emotional healing. Processing our emotions can be challenging and uncomfortable, but it's necessary work if we want to move past them and live more fulfilling lives. Ignoring or suppressing our emotions only creates more challenges and often leads to mental and physical health issues.
By allowing ourselves to feel our emotions and processing them, we gain valuable developmental insights about ourselves and our experiences. We learn to identify and understand our triggers, patterns, and emotional needs, which can help us navigate future challenges with more resilience and self-awareness.
Although this work can be tough, life really does get better when we are able to feel our emotions without numbing or distracting ourselves from them. We become more connected to ourselves and others, we develop greater emotional intelligence, and we open ourselves up to a wider range of experiences and opportunities. So if you're struggling with unprocessed emotions, know that it's worth the effort to do the work and heal. Your future self will thank you for it.
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