You know how to fix things.
You can juggle multiple requests at work and get it all done, while caring for the kids at home and paying your bills on time.
You know that self care is important and you try to find time for it, but it always seems to be the last thing on your list of to do’s. And, well, you’ve got a long list of to do’s.
Each day feels full, little time to breathe, dream, connect.
Even the weekends are packed.
When there is any down time you fill it with trying to improve things within your relationships at home, work, and with your family and friends.
You want life to be good, to feel good, to enjoy it, but some interaction doesn’t go the way you want it to go and everything gets turned upside down.
You know that your relationships are at the center of life, and, yet, you aren’t sure how to navigate them. You’ve done a lot of self development work, but when it comes to translating it into your day-to-day you run from confrontation, take things personally, get passive aggressive or lash out easily, you’re nervous to ask for what you need, and aren’t honest with yourself or others.
At night you lay in bed wondering why can’t I fix this? I know what I’m “supposed” to be doing, so why is there so much tension between me and my partner? Why does everything I say set them off? Why can’t I get my team to listen to me at work? Why aren’t my kids treating me with respect? What am I doing wrong?
You know that something has to change and you want it to, you just don’t know how.
I’ve been there too.