Segment 1: Asking yourself stupid questions may be the path to healing and moving through the hard stuff in your life.
Segment 1. Resolving issues before New Year’s resolutions is a better practice for some people.
If you have trouble keeping your resolutions, perhaps it’s time to change when you make them. [Read more…]
Carl Jung said, “When an inner situation is not made conscious, it appears outside as fate.”
If you see the unfolding of events in your life as the hand life deals that you have no control over, you’re half right. Life happens and has no compassion for your situation. However, you set yourself up to fail when you choose not to look at the loose ends or unfinished emotional business you need to deal with. [Read more…]
If you’re one of those people who repress negativity and put on a smile to hide your upset, you are likely creating negative emotions in your body that will eventually lead to depression. If you aren’t sure what I mean, listen to segment one of today’s episode.
In segment two, I talk about how the little spats in relationships that lead to massive blowups have an origin. The unspoken words are what cause those big explosions. It’s time to connect emotionally rather than logically to diffuse the emotional bombs before they explode.
For segment three, I answer the question: What is toxic? Do we call people toxic just to avoid our own personal growth? A listener challenges me on the topic.
Comparing yourself to other people is the fastest way to low self-worth and low self-esteem.
Why do we always compare ourselves to people that are better looking, wealthier, healthier and have more success in areas of life that we are still working on? It seems like a black hole of misery that will never end. [Read more…]