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There are Times When You Won't Bounce Back. But That's OK.

  Do you know the phrase "bounce back?" I think sometimes you can bounce back. From one setback or a couple of let downs, or maybe even a shocking disappointment.  But if you've had a series of dreadful, awful, incredibly difficult, heartbreaking events, I don't think you can bounce back.  I do think that once some time passes from the initial shock or even grief at what's lost and won't come back, you can find yourself lying down in the ashes. Probably numb more than anything.  From there you can pause. Rest. Allow whatever feelings of sadness or anger to be felt and pass through.  Then, you can rise.  Not full flight, as if you're undamaged and have a ton of energy because that's just not true. But sit up. Take stock of the good that's in your life now. Even the tiniest bits.  It may be way too soon to even reflect and see the silver linings, so don't attempt that just yet.  Instead, take such good care of you. Be patient with yourself and kn

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