The power of a good cry
What I find fascinating with coaching clients is when they apologise for crying. I coach Black Women and crying is supposed to be a women’s thing but we have become so averse to crying. We have leaned so much into the masculine that we have given up the gift of crying.
I have observed two types of crying in this context. There’s the crying that comes from feeling like a victim. One who is in the mercy of other people’s actions and opinions. That’s okay as a start, but it cannot be the end.
After such a cry there comes an examination of your part in this. What is my part in this? How am I participating in my own oppression here? How are my patterns playing out in this situation?
This examination might be followed by the cry of realisation, acceptance, accountability and release. This cry signals the beginning of a new era of new beliefs, new behaviour, new patterns and new results.
When last have you had yourself a good cry?
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