Start Radical Acceptance Today

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Start Radical Acceptance Today

Radical acceptance means you stop fighting reality when things aren’t going the way you want them to. It’s the understanding that you are not alone.

We all struggle with responding instinctively to setbacks. Rather than feeling a sense of freedom when letting go of bitterness we might feel trapped in an endless cycle of perpetuated challenge.

Michael J. Fox, renowned actor, author and advocate whose professional career has been marked by worldwide acclaim even while being diagnosed by Parkinson’s disease, states:

Acceptance doesn’t mean resignation. It means understanding that something is what it is and there's got to be a way through it.

Wholeheartedly, when we take the challenge bottled up, we are not allowing ourselves to radically accept. While we cannot change the situations but we do have control about minimizing, avoiding and growing through them.

Best Practices to Begin Radical Acceptance:

1. Journaling: Whether it is on paper or electronically - jot down what comes to mind.

2. Meditation: Find a space you feel comfortable, complete silence or slight noise. Learn to relax your mind.

3. Grounding Techniques: Take a short walk, get some fresh air, and focus on nutrition to fuel your body.

4. Social Media Breaks: Turn your phone or notifications off. Disconnect before bed and remember to be present.

5. Self- Acceptance: Practice positive affirmations - Lift yourself up and surround yourself with people that have your best interest at heart.

Taking care of yourself physically, emotionally and spiritually can make all the difference. Allow yourself to truly feel all your valid emotions and then allow them to pass.

Remember life throws curveballs, but you control how you feel about it and what you can do after the matter.

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