I want you to know that you have a good reason for doing what you’re doing.
So often we want to be mad at ourselves for doing things that are perhaps giving us negative results in our lives.
I overate again. I slept in again. I lied about how I really felt.again. I yelled at my kids.again.
If you are telling yourself that you’re stupid, or lack will-power, or there’s something wrong with you, then you’re shutting yourself off from the creativity necessary to find a solution for change.
But when you can have compassion for yourself and see that you had a good reason for doing what you did, THEN you can look at it in curiosity about how you might change it.
You overeat because there are uncomfortable feelings in your body, and when you eat you get a rush of dopamine that feels pleasurable.
You sleep in because you have thoughts that make you not look forward to your day, and when you’re sleeping, you don’t have to feel those things.
You lie about how you really feel because you think the other person won’t like what you say, and it feels good to think people like you.
You yell because your kids react when you do.
You’re not stupid. You’re actually really smart. You don’t lack will-power, you’d just rather feel good than bad. It makes perfect sense. There’s nothing wrong with you.
Now what? How could you have fun solving this problem? How could you feel love while solving this problem?
You have the answers IN you. They’re just being blocked when you tell yourself you’re stupid.
P.S. I help women UN-block their wisdom and find their creative solutions. I believe in you, when you don’t believe in yourself. Schedule a free 45-minute consultation today!