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Are You Feeling Stuck in a Negative Cycle of Feelings, Outlook, or Experiences?

October 19, 2020 Join me over a glass of water as I chat with you about reflecting on where you are right now and asking yourself if what you're thinking/feeling/experiencing…
October 19, 2020

Are You Feeling Stuck in a Negative Cycle of Feelings, Outlook, or Experiences?

October 19, 2020

Join me over a glass of water as I chat with you about reflecting on where you are right now and asking yourself if what you’re thinking/feeling/experiencing is in alignment with thriving.

If not, it’s time to disrupt persistent negative experiences with the following: 

1) List 5-10 gratitudes in the AM or PM (both is best!)

2) Connect and write what it is you deeply and specifically desire for your well-being.  Be so specific that it feels like you’ve already obtained it.

3) Focus on what you can control, what you’re grateful for, and what you desire (vs. focusing on all that you don’t see as going well or what you desire) and attract more of that into your life.

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Disclaimer: All views are my own and for informational purposes only.  They are not to be viewed as medical advice or training.  Please see a licensed professional in this regard.  All information is provided in good faith and does not represent the views or opinions of any entity or organization.  

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