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  1. My way of dealing with life’s lemons is to head out of the door for a run before the weight of anxiety in my chest gets the better of me. It’s funny though-I live in Cyprus and at many times throughout the year all the trees are dripping lemons! More and more lemons-I’m surrounded by them! There’s no escape 😂

  2. Ironically, our lemon tree is heavy with almost ripe lemons, and I have been thinking about what to do with them all. Some I will give away. Some I will make into things I can give away (lemon curd anyone?). Some I will juice and have on hand for those summer margaritas I am yearning for.

    During my season of lemons I have found journalling really helpful. Also making time to rest – which feels counter intuitive when you feel you are falling behind. But my most helpful way of dealing has been allowing myself to be vulnerable with the ones I love and trust. Not only to accept their love and help, but also to ask them to trust me when I tell them what I do and don’t need. The more I do this – the more we are able to all be there for each other.

    1. “My most helpful way of dealing has been allowing myself to be vulnerable with the ones I love and trust.” I love this! Thanks so much for sharing Darlene x

  3. Thank you for posting this message. It is applicable to my life situation right now. I truly believe God gives you what you need in times of turmoil; this message is what I needed. You may have to look a little harder or further to find the message but it is always there. I also truly believe that you do have to be kind to yourself, and allow yourself to feel and process the emotions. I have been trying hard the past few years to be mindful of the things that serve me well and the things that don’t. Thanks again for sharing.

    1. Thanks so much for commenting Nancy and I pray that you get the answers and peace you need during your “lemon season” <3 Cat x

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