This business is all about change and sometimes it is hard for clients and therapists alike to see what changes are required.
However today I was reminded of a story of a little girl excitedly telling her mum she had found a lime green hairy caterpillar in the garden. Her mum was concerned that it was making it’s way through the leaves of her plants and wanted to get rid of it.
But if you can think as a child…
But the little girl, in all her childlike wisdom, informed her mum that the caterpillar was merely training to change into a butterfly and that the World could always do with another butterfly.
My sentiments exactly.
Do YOU agree?
We find meaning when we “wake up” and experience life and the world more fully.
via The Meaning of Life May Be Life Itself — Psychology Today
Great article on the meaning of life.
“Enjoy yourself it’s later than you think”
10 levels I’m happy to start at 1 what about you?
by July This chart was created by a person with anxiety disorder. I’ve tried to explain my anxiety again and again until I was blue in the face, yet I’ve been met with blank stares or judgments more often than not. I finally sat down and made an overly simplified chart, similar to the pain […]
via Anxiety — The Totebag
This simple but effective exercise can help you train your brain to think differently.
via The Beginner’s Guide to Changing Negative Thoughts — Psychology Today
As you go into the new year, ask yourself: What lesson did you learn this past year that you wish you’d known earlier? What will you do now to transform that regret into action?
via How to Live a Regret-Free Life — Psychology Today
original post : Steve Miller, facebook, 2017
You do not need to have the answers but you can help someone look for them.
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