46 How to Stop Shoulding on Ourselves
You know what I’ve realized recently? Peace, love, and understanding seems in short supply these days. Even when it comes to ourselves!
So this week, I want to get you to stop thinking about what you “should” be doing, and what you are doing. I was lucky enough to do some coaching with Rachael for this week’s episode. Rachael has this same problem: her inner critic is constantly “shoulding” all over her!
Here’s a taste of what it’s like when I coach one on one. I have some spots available, so head over to this page on my website to apply. I want to talk about your deepest desires and challenges and help you move forward.
Don’t forget, I also have a free, private Facebook group! Anyone can join and share their struggles or support, and I’m on there all the time talking with folks.
Alright Crave Bears – get ready for a tough but productive episode!
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- How your opinion of your body impacts your daily life
- What it feels like to have confidence
- What gets in the way of doing fun things for yourself everyday
- How caring for others shouldn’t get in the way of you caring for yourself
- Why not being yourself is exhausting
- Why we can see the beauty and brilliance in our friends and not in ourselves
- The value of identifying your inner critic
- How to be in better communication with your inner critic
- How to balance that identification of your critic by also finding the part of you that feels rooted, strong, and bold
- Why you should allow the strong parts of you to help the weaker parts
- Why you have to acknowledge and accept both the critical and strong parts of yourself
- The sensitivity and emotions of humans, and women especially
- The challenge of managing our own emotions when we’re responsible for someone else
- Why you have to take the time to shift your attention towards yourself
- You have the ability to be both critical and supportive of yourself
- Why we should be hanging out with people who make us laugh
- Apply to work with me here!
- Join the free, private Facebook group to get support, offer support, and share your story