The scars you share become lighthouses for other people who are headed to the same rocks you hit. Unknown
When I was researching, Mom’s Gone Now What?, over fifty women came forward to share their mother loss stories. Truly, their scars have become lighthouses for others.
They shared their stories through their brave tears and, in doing so, powered their light to reach further “out to sea.” Their light empowered me as well. I will be forever grateful for their willingness to give of themselves.
We are frequently tempted to show up without scars. When asked, “How are you?” we often say, “Just fine.” What if we honestly shared a bit of our true selves? A scar or two? How then might we become a lighthouse for others?
Affirmation: I am a lighthouse.
Coaching question: How can you be sure your light is keeping others from the rocks?
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