This is a topic that’s blown my mind the last few months as I’ve learned more about what reality is and how we can shape and in fact create it. Apart from facts (gravity pulls us toward the ground, air is what we breathe, toes are on our feet), reality is subjective and created to … More What Is Reality?
“I can’t believe that person cut me off.” “My customer told me I was ruining her day. What the heck is her problem?” “Our waiter is taking forever bringing us the extra napkin and glass of water we asked for. What is he even doing?” “Can you believe those kids? Gossiping about their parents like … More Moving Past Anger (Seeing The Good Intentions In Everyone)
Too much happiness, just like too much grief or anxiety, can trigger you to respond negatively if you, like myself, struggle with the Upper Limit Problem. The Upper Limit Problem (which I believe was articulated by Gay Hendricks in his book The Big Leap) is the idea that we all have a comfort zone when … More The Discomfort Of Too Much Happiness
Life-coaching is something I only became aware of recently, within the past couple of years. I’ve seen therapists before, and the idea of a life-coach both intrigued and confused me. Are life coaches just therapists that specialize in helping you reach your business goals? Are they supposed to help you lose weight? Can anyone be … More What Is The Difference Between A Life Coach And A Therapist?
In this second podcast episode, I talk about two very different but very important phases of healing and growth I experienced with my journey through depression. Listen to the episode and share your own thoughts and experiences below! **For more content related to my blog posts, visit the Discovering Wholeness Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/discoveringwholeness. I’m excited … More Two Phases of Healing and Growth (Podcast)
As I was going through therapy late in my teenage years, I encountered someone in my life who was making negative decisions and taking negative actions, which were hurting me and others I was close to. When I spoke to that person about therapy, they told me they didn’t need it because they had friends … More Friends Vs. Therapy
In today’s world, we hear about anxiety in a negative light: people having panic attacks, people suffering from social anxiety to the point they can barely leave their homes, relationship anxiety causing turmoil between one person and another, and anxiety in the form of stress and worry about little everyday things even when panic attacks … More Anxiety As Evolutionary Hero