I am continually amazed at how many people have sleeping issues. It’s not a surprise to anyone struggling with sleep to hear that the quality of your sleep is as important as nutrition or exercise to our mental and physical wellbeing. If you’re not sleeping well, it can feel impossible to do anything else well.
When your life as you knew it has been changed forever by a workplace tragedy, your sleep patterns have very likely been affected. I lost my son Brent, at the age of 22, and my sleep was certainly affected. But I’ve learned some strategies that work for me, and I’m hoping to learn more from your experiences. Let’s talk about what that looks like for you, and what’s helped and hindered your attempts to get a better night’s rest.
The more of us as members of Threads of Life that are able to attend this informative and important session, the more we are helping one another understand that what we are experiencing is normal and that we are not alone in our experiences. With the caring and sharing that we do, we give hope to one another. I am hoping you will join us and share your sleep issues, and what you have found gives you the best night’s rest.
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