I Don’t Like Who I am Becoming

Written by Sisters

April 4, 2020

Sharon and Erica discuss how common it is for a griever to be so overwhelmed by their grief they begin to display features that are outside of their character.  Erica shares how her grief manifested itself as anger and that is the opposite of how she normally behaves.  The sisters share the importance of processing your feelings on a regular basis otherwise they will fester and come out in a negative way that will interfere with other relationships in your life. For more information see our website: www.healingstartswiththeheart.com

 

 

 

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