Rebuilding Your Life

 

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Why Rebuild

Why are you rebuilding your life? Divorce? Financial loss? Job loss? Death of a loved one? Other losses? Auto accident(s)? Sexual assault? Domestic violence? Sudden disability? Health challenges? Surgery? If you are rebuilding your life, I’m glad you found my site!

We have all experienced traumas and losses, but some circumstances knock us off our feet and it takes longer to get back up. We can find ourselves feeling overwhelmed, angry, frustrated, unsure about what to do next, and seeing what appears to be mountains ahead of us. What is a trauma or loss to me may not be to you and vice versa. That’s because of the life journeys each of us have been on up to this point. One thing for sure, traumas and losses will come along throughout our lives.

How to Rebuild

So the question becomes how to rebuild your life? Handling traumas and losses alone can be very overwhelming. We usually need a little help to pull the pieces together and start over. To do that we need the support of caring people who understand our situation, who will walk with us, and help us move forward in healthy ways to rebuild our lives.

If you’ve had a lot of traumas and losses, you might have realized that somewhere on your journey, you lost God’s vision for your life, along with your passion. Restoring God’s vision for your life and getting your passion back to pursue great things are an important part of what we plan to do to help you. Knowing the best starting point for rebuilding is important.

Areas of Rebuilding

Whether you’re rebuilding your life from previous or recent traumas and losses, you’re in the right spot. We will address areas of rebuilding emotionally, physically, financially, spiritually, relationally, and vocationally. You can expect to see freebies, tips, information, reviews of products and services, and helpful tools for your rebuilding journey.  I appreciate your patience as my site grows.