Hormones and the 'New Normal'
Exploring The Three Principles with Sarie Taylor
This week I have been creating and editing a 3 day mini course on anxiety and hormones for those suffering with symptoms of hormones and menopause, and it has made me really reflective about my own current experience of changes in my body.
Having an 18 month old baby, I am fully aware that my body is still adjusting back whilst I am also trying to juggle so many aspects of life like work, home, teenager and any other things with much less energy than I am used to. I also believe that I am in perimenopause but I wont go into the details of why here as that's not why I wanted to share!
I have repeatedly tried to push my mind and body too far over the last few months to ‘get back to normal’ and I realised something:
This is normal.
It is my current normal and me resisting to try and change it or stop it, when it’s all out of my control, is creating more tension and overwhelm for me.
Luckily I am deep enough into my understanding to recognise this quite early, usually because I feel overwhelmed, on edge or teary.
These feelings are a gift. They remind me I am human and that I need to pause and give myself permission to adjust to my current 'normal' rather than try and force it to be something else.
When I let go of so many expectations and ideas of how I feel things ‘should’ or ‘shouldn’t be’, I feel a huge amount of relief as well as more contentment and satisfaction in my everyday life.
If you are feeling overwhelmed in any way right now and trying to force yourself into getting ‘back to normal’ I would love you to consider what if this is just your own version of normal right now?
The only thing that is guaranteed is change and nothing is forever.
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