The Day After Taking Shelter on a Really Rough Day

Grief can be like a bad storm at sea. So when it blows into the harbor, you take down the sails and stay sheltered as best as you can. Allowing myself to go slow allows my body and nervous system to adapt to the changes taking place as a part of trauma recovery therapy. Plus, drawing helps my subconscious and conscious mind to integrate. Being kind to myself is such a loving thing to do.

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