People choose to stay in their own internal chaos. I know this isn’t a popular thought as it probably feels like things “happen to you”. It is indeed easier to be a victim and blame others.
But in order to create movement that is way more helpful to you, you need to take responsibility and empower yourself through new and improved choice. Therefore, let’s go with you CHOOSE how you respond to life’s challenges.
Here are a few reasons why people choose to stay stuck:
- You buy into the idea that “time heals all wounds”. This is a great excuse to not do anything about the problem. It’s like waiting for the time fairy to come sprinkle you with magic “feelings-be-gone” dust. Let me know how that’s working for you!
- You think that you have to re-visit and re-feel your experiences in order to heal / move forward. It’s a common misconception that getting rid of your baggage has to be a drawn out, painful experience.
However, I designed my approach to be non-invasive while helping you get results in the quickest and most effective way possible. So don’t be afraid!
- You buy into the belief that you can do it on your own. It was Albert Einstein himself that said, “you can’t solve a problem from the same thinking that created it”. Again, how’s tackling it on your own working for you? To me, this is like the captain going down with the sinking ship even if he has a choice to find safety with the others.
- You decide that you are “broken” and that is how it will always be. While it may not seem like it, this is just a story you created about yourself and are choosing to own. Other people and experiences CAN NOT dictate your worth or who you are unless you let them.
The reality is that you can create a different story about yourself that showcases your strength and perseverance of not letting what happened define you. Many people use their struggles to motivate, inspire, and encourage others. They would not be able to do this if they perceived themselves as eternally damaged.
Ready to get unstuck? Book a complementary call with me to get started.