Life isn’t about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself. George Bernard Shaw
Creating a life to love after your love one makes their life transition can be difficult to achieve, but it is critical to our own health and well-being. Sure, our fond memories of the love we shared linger on in our hearts, but we have to find a way to move on, find purpose, and create a new life to love.
Finding purpose in life is one of the critical components enhancing our happiness. Happiness is not predicated on having the biggest car, fancy house, or the most money in the bank. Happiness is predicated on finding purpose in life.
“There is one aspect of grief that I think all of us will experience in one way or another. We stop living! Once you come to the realization that you have stopped living, then you realize the time has come to move on and live your life in the present, with health, happiness and confidence… Like a plant that needs to be watered to regain blooms, we too, in our grief process, need to be watered so we can bloom again. There is no timetable for a new bloom, but without the proper nurturing and care, our soil will become dry and we start to wither away” (p. 95).
In order to live again, we have to find purpose in our life while living in the present with health, happiness and confidence. That is why it was important for me to write “What’s The Deal With Caregiving” in order to give back to the vast community of family Caregivers across the nation. Because it is through giving back where we find purpose and meaning in life.
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