Is your own thinking driving you crazy? Are your thought processes muddled, scattered, and highly emotionally-charged? Rarely, occasionally… or very regularly? If so, do you have the guts to admit this to yourself, and commit to change – for the sake of your own sanity (and possibly other people’s, too!)?
Emotionally reactive thinking is rapidly becoming a modern-day problem, especially amongst the 20’s, 30’s and even 40’s – and sometimes even within the 50’s and 60’s. It disempowers us because it usually has its roots in procrastination and resistance… a fact we may be tempted to talk around and deny (get it? Procrastination and resistance?). It also prevents us from being able to see the bottom line, the brass tacks, the facts and figures – and it certainly doesn’t help us to reach any workable solutions!
Sometimes we don’t even recognise the fact that our own thinking is causing us…
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