Beyond Pain and Suffering: Adapting to Adversity and Life Challenges
To move beyond pain and suffering does not necessarily mean to be without pain and suffering. It means learning how to work with physical and/or emotional pain so that we can keep it from being the most significant thing in our lives. The first step in getting beyond pain and suffering is to acknowledge that we are in pain and that we are suffering. We then need to explore the reasons why, and then put strategies in place to minimize despair.
Life is like a series of doors. Sometimes we don’t like the doors we have to go through, but we still have to walk through them. It is of great help to have tools in place for difficulties we are experiencing in the moment, and for the unpredictable stressors in life, such as financial distress, trauma, pain, diseases and other illnesses, relationship issues, fear, depression, anxiety, and grief, to name just a few.
This book provides tools and strategies for how to cope and manage these situations and move beyond the pain and suffering they bring, be it physical, emotional, or both. It teaches how to not make the most difficult parts of our life the most significant part of our life.
We often feel alone when we are going through a painful life experience because we can’t imagine anyone else could possibly understand us. This is far from the truth as you will read in this book. It is an honest account of many life challenges we face each day. It addresses the light and dark side of adversity in an honest manner, with the intent to acknowledge you, offer understanding, provide hope, and help you find meaning in your life that transcends whatever challenge is in front of you. If we stand tall in our pain and suffering, this is how we get through it, and this book will guide you along the way.
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