Busy work days, family problems… Wondering if it’s time for you to take a break? Sometimes it doesn’t take much to make you feel the need to slow down. Zoom in on those little things that let us know it’s time to let go.

Stress, a symptom to listen to

Work, family, friends… our days are often full and we rarely have time to recharge our batteries. Do you lose your temper easily? Does anything irritate you? Are you impatient? Among the first signs that it is high time to let go is stress. While many people suffer from it, this symptom is not to be taken lightly. It is there to tell us that we are beginning to exceed our limits and that it is time for us to slow down. Busy days, family, professional or financial problems… the causes of stress can be numerous. But one thing is for sure, when it appears it is time to give up control and look at your problems from another angle. To help you do this, don’t hesitate to practice a sport activity. Indeed, some sports are known to promote letting go .

Fatigue and the need to let go

Other symptoms that suggest a need to let go include fatigue. Our body sends us a message. It tells us that we need to recharge our batteries. When this message is not heard by the overworked person, other symptoms may appear: anxiety, feeling of not being up to it, irritability. While not serious, these small emotional upsets should be monitored to ensure that they do not get out of hand. It is also important to take the time to learn the appropriate lessons. Generally, these symptoms are the direct cause of anxious ruminations. The person repeats his or her worries or failures over and over again. The individual worries about the future, revives the past, and forgets to enjoy the present moment. When your thoughts start to spin around, it’s time to let go.

Letting go: we all need it

In general, we all need to let go. The frenetic pace of our modern society and the diktat of performance that is imposed on us leave us little time for ourselves. Indeed, we must always anticipate everything and therefore sacrifice the present moment. So, don’t wait for the first symptoms to appear to take the direction of this wonderful world of letting go. Start practicing now! Exercise, learn mindfulness meditation, learn relaxation exercises. Whether at work, in love or in your daily life, practice letting go every chance you get. As a result, you will lead a more fulfilling life and be much more resistant to stress.

Don’t hesitate to contact one of our professionals if you feel you need help letting go!