Losing someone we love is never easy. But, what if we never really lose anyone?
By the time I was 10 I had been to five funerals while most fifth graders I knew hadn't even been to one or thought about death at all. I had learned at a young age that no matter how much we know about dying, whether we are given the chance to prepare or are shocked by a sudden loss, losing someone we love hurts.
Being ghosted sucks. It's emotionally debilitating and disorientating. It's even worse when we've known the person for months or years only to discover they've disappeared without a trace.
I am a successful personal transformation coach, healer and yoga therapist and I was ghosted.
I felt ashamed, confused, depressed and terrified. Feeling this way lead me to subsequently become so disconnected from myself I wound up getting physically injured. I suspected my physical injuries were tied to my emotional upheavals. In my profession I am more than aware the body and emotions are a package deal, effecting the health of one another.