May 1, 2016
(Listener Note: This is Step #3 of this 12 step series. To take full advantage of this please visit our show archive and listen to the episodes in their proper order).
We have all had the experience of obsessing over thoughts during divorce. Whether trying to understand how this happened or worrying about what the future holds or re-running that argument in your mind over and over again. I call it loop thinking when we feel like we are on a mental hamster-wheel or caught in a mental rut.
Today’s we examine the four categories these mental obstacles fall into and how they keep us stuck and cause us to increase the emotional pain we are experiencing. Begin to see how our pain originates with our thoughts and how once we are aware of those that pull us down, we can begin to consciously change the way we think. This powerful concept frees us to choose to respond rather than react and ultimately to communicate with more confidence.
Karen McMahon and Lisa Brick share practices, tools and exercises to help you implement these concepts immediately and see the impact this new awareness will have on how your choose to engage in all your interactions.
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