The Hardest Day of My Life

 Hey there. 

How are you today?  How’s your weekend so far?
You know when I’m consistent, I share everything with you that’s going on in my life.

I’ve been having a really tough time in my personal life which caused me to slow down in my business.  
Last week I experienced one of the hardest days of my life. On the Thursday of last week, I attended my father’s funeral service.
Actually, I was okay on that Thursday.   The day after the service was actually the hardest. I thought that the day after would be easier but that was furthest from the truth.
The shock, sadness, anger and disbelief hit me all at once. I looked at pictures of my dad and all I could do was cry. I must’ve had about 8 different crying sessions last Friday.
Crying is good and I must allow myself to experience all the emotions. I’m not writing this blog post so that you will feel sorry for me, but to get what I’m feeling written and out in the open.
Plus, it’s always good to talk to someone about what you’re going through instead of holding it in.
I will go through the grieving process and this will be on my mind for some time but I will eventually be okay and get back into my routine.
This will probably be my last blog post explicitly speaking about my loss. Instead, I will focus on learning and healing from this.

I’ve also got to get back to helping you. 

You know I’ve been journaling about this and will continue to do so.  Writing is sooo helpful.

Have you began journaling yet?
Do you find that journaling helps you during tough times?
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P.S.  If you or someone you know is going through the grieving process, I’ve put together a checklist to help with it. 

Let me know if this is something you’d be interested in. You can DM me directly on Instagram.

Even in the hard times I’ve got to stick with what I know which is being helpful. 

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Tara Martina Hayes is author of the free 22-page report, “Panic To Picnic: 15 Natural Alternatives for Anxiety Management”. Drop by for your free copy.