Do you feel like your brain never stops thinking. Every thought consists of "what if?" You wonder when the next bad thing will happen and how to maneuver around it.
Wouldn’t that make all your hard work worthwhile?
What if you could make a better decision with better information? What if you could see the difference between today versus the past. What if you could act in the face of fear and find the confidence to fully live?
Would it mean -
- Making sense of your feelings
- Having conversations without excessive worry
- Knowing you are enough--that you don’t have to protect yourself all the time
And what if it meant-
- You could walk into the crowded room with confidence
- Calm, composed, and certain of who you are.
but, you don’t have to fall victim to a poor alert system
It trains you to control emotion by pulling back, by avoiding. It advises you to cope by accepting your life as limited, as powerless. It leaves you believing there is only one way to think. One way to respond.
Often your brain's survival mechanism is actually what is hurting you. Fear and worry lead to a loss of hope, loneliness, and depression.
Develop meaningful relationships with those who matter most
Increase your confidence through small consistent steps
Give and receive the respect you deserve
Offer greater grace and compassion to yourself
Learn to calm and quiet your anxious thoughts
Gain insight into the beliefs holding you back
Find the person who enjoys life
embrace your strengths
SEE YOURSELF AS COMPLETE
KICK SELF DOUBT
Believe you are enough
Increase your confidence
Find joy again
Recognize your strengths