Should you move?Jun 09, 2023
In life after loss, you may be struggling with the decision to move. The house seemed to double in size when your person passed, and the silence is deafening. It’s a lot to manage by yourself. And yet, the thought of packing up every single item by yourself is daunting. All too often you end up feeling overwhelmed, and therefore stay stuck in indecision.
Which also feels terrible.
A recent blog post offers six considerations when you’re making any decision. Click here to read it.
For some, the walls hold too many difficult memories, so it seems logical to move.
But also consider that no matter where you live, your brain will come along with you. Your thoughts will create your feelings at any address, and those feelings demand to be felt.
So it might make sense to practice intentionality with your grief in your current home (my best-selling book can help), and then decide whether you’d like to move.
Certainly a change in address can impact your default thoughts. But thoughts are always 100% optional and infinite, and it’s your thoughts that directly create your feelings. Therefore, you can feel any feeling at any address. It starts with a thought.
If your thoughts seem unpredictable and not trust-worthy, I understand. Mine did, too. This is what we do inside of Life Reconstructed, my coaching program exclusively for widowed people. It’s for you if you’re ready to end the decision fatigue and rebuild a life you love. Click below to learn more.
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