Awareness of the places that are good for you is important. You can intentionally schedule your life so there is time for such things as a walk with a friend, going to church, sitting silently in a favorite chair gazing out the window, listening to soothing music, or crying and laughing with beloved friends. Finding your “right places” can be restorative, a comfort, and a way to hear God’s voice in your journey as well.
Spend time over the next two days writing down the “right places” in your life that allow you to be real in your grief, real in your process, and restful as you journey through the healing process. Then make a schedule for spending time in your “right places” over the next few weeks. Psalm 62:5 “Yes, my soul, find rest in God: my hope comes from him.”
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