Control plays a significant role in most of our lives, and we like to think that by planning things out, we can predict and control what happened to us in the future. On the Tougher Together Breakthrough podcast, host Rebeccah Silence shares her experience and observations about being blindsided… something with which she’s had a lot of personal experience.
We all like to plan and control our lives. Letting go of control is tough. We have to face the fact that all we can really control is our emotional reaction to anything that comes into our lives.
Does being blindsided do anything for us? Consider this… Being blindsided is like a wake-up call. When it happens, it’s time for you to learn to connect to a higher version of yourself. You can’t afford to lose sight of the strength within yourself.
Rebeccah tells us of her experience being blindsided by a cancer diagnosis while she was pregnant and 34 years old. Talk about blindsided… that was not even a remote thought at the time. They say that what you go through, you should grow through. Rebeccah is a sterling example of this.
Listen and learn how to view and cope with being blindsided when it happens to you… and it will. It happens to all of us! Pay attention to your intentions, actions, and emotions. And, if you can, take the opportunity to reinvent yourself when necessary. Who are you going to be?
Rebeccah Silence is a speaker, coach, and international media personality, who survived cancer while pregnant and has impacted hundreds of thousands of listeners through her radio programs and appearances. She is the Creator of the HEALING IS POSSIBLE movement and courses and is committed to helping others heal their traumas. As a certified world-class Emotional Healing Coach, Rebeccah is uniquely qualified to facilitate breakthroughs to wellness and transformation while she inspires hope and possibility in even the most challenging times. She is best known for healing heartbreak, and her clients frequently tell her that she brought them "back to life"!