Stress relief and this “wrong feeling” can be frustrating if you attempt to ignore the feeling. How long can you disregard this “wrong feeling?” What will happen to this” wrong feeling” if you continue to brush it aside?

Let me explain

Mary was enjoying stress relief in her present job. She had a hobby which was her passion. Mary wanted to make more money and knew her hobby and her passion would answer her prayers and that means that she would also enjoy greater stress relief.

Mary’s thought that her problem was that – “she needed more discipline to sort everything related to her hobby.” Mary requested my assistance in helping her resolve this issue. In my discussions with Mary she expressed a desire to lose weight.

She indicated that she would lose weight but quickly gain it back. As we look in deeper into the discussions Mary admitted that if she lost weight she would have a “wrong feeling.” This “wrong feeling” came about because Mary appreciated being noticed.

So when she lost weight and got lots of attention she also experienced this “wrong feeling.” This “wrong feeling” was like a stuck feeling and just kept on getting in her way and driving her up a wall. With a little assistance on my part, Mary was able to deal with this “wrong feeling” and admitted that this “wrong feeling” was as a result of her avoiding feeling sexy.

So what is the moral of the story?

Is it good to confront our feelings? Or do we avoid our feelings and hope they will go away? Does avoiding your feelings get you stress relief?

Feelings are only message indicating that we need to address some aspect of our lives. These messages can help us gain focus, defeat depression and increase our self confidence.

Cecil McIntosh, The EYC™ Stress Relaxation Expert with 14 years of experience helping Entrepreneurs like you, stay focused, get more done and find more time, so that you can live in the moment. He is a published author of many audio Relaxation Programs using accelerated learning approaches and a Teacher, NLP Trainer and life Coach. You can reach Cecil at cecil.mcintosh@gmail.com

Want to learn how to focus for success whenever you experience uncomfortable feelings? Or ** IS YOUR LIFE TOO BUSY … TOO MUCH STRESS? ** Do you want to find more time to enjoy stress relief? – Split Second Stress Relief

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