If there is one thing I have learnt going through relationships that just didn’t work out, whether it was with a love interest, friend or family member, it is this…
I get it, spending time on your own can sometimes seem boring, and at times, even daunting. I have come across lots of clients (including myself a few years back!) that find it really hard to be on their own. And I don’t mean being alone because you aren’t in a relationship. I mean physically just hanging with yourself..
What do I mean by this? Well I mean to make any change in your life you need to be aware that change has to be made.
As humans, we tend to go through life complaining about things that we aren’t happy about. And they are always the same things!, right? We carry the same negative thoughts, emotions and beliefs, and hope for a better outcome or for change to happen. We are all guilty of it (yes even me!)
Just yesterday, I had another beautiful realisation and reminder.
It is something I am completely, already aware of, and yesterday was like the icing on the cake. It made me say to myself..
YES! This is so true and I need to remind my incredible tribe
Just when you think everything is going your way, life seems great and you don’t really have anything to complain about, BAM! Life throws you a curveball and it seems your whole world has been turned upside down.
It is normal and we all do it. As soon as we are given an opportunity that is new to us, or different to what we are ‘comfortable’ with, our ego ‘radar’ is turned on and our mean girl comes out to play a little visit.
What is it? And how do you even know what your truth really is?
These are two very pressing questions that we can ALL have on a daily basis, and questions I come across a lot with clients. It can feel uncomfortable and unsettling, and at times we can even feel lost. Sometimes our mean girl will say to us, ‘how dare you speak your truth, you can’t do that’, and sometimes we don’t even know what our truth is because we have become so disconnected with ourselves, and this is when we are left feeling lost, and a lot of the time, we find ourselves verbally saying, ‘I don’t feel myself’ Sound familiar?