When in pain most people isolate themselves and don’t reach out - Dave Weller

When in pain most people isolate themselves and don’t reach out

Do you repeat habits that you know do not serve you?
Are you frustrated because you keep doing them?
When you fail to change these habits do you then judge yourself as weak or worthless?
Do you use your internal critic to attack yourself verbally?

Doing any or all of the above will lead to a really poor self-image and low self-esteem.

But this pattern can be broken; I have worked with thousands of people to sort out these negative self-attack habits.

When suffering from the above, people generally go one of two ways:

Either they find a support group where they can reach out to get back into balance.

OR

They retreat from life and connecting with others, isolate themselves and make it worse.

And if you're doing the latter then maybe it's time break the rules of isolating yourself, and reach out and connect.

Don’t suffer alone.

Just by breaking the isolation/retreat habits, you can start to disable the pattern. This can be a life-changer and it’s so simple.

This is why it's important to have a support group.

If you haven't got a support group yet, then f**k it, nudge me instead and I will step in to help you break the rules of isolation.

Does it take courage? Yes it does!

Are the rewards many? Yes!

Your freedom is the other side of breaking these patterns of isolation.

If you feel you need any help to understand or get clear on any of the patterns I have written about above, then why not just ask a question?

#selfacceptance #fulfilment #becomeyourownhero #beingyourguide⠀

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