Two weeks ago, I wrote about the Top 10 Approach Problems I've observed in the client-professional relationship that limits clients from reaching their fullest potential.
Over the next couple of months, I'll be bouncing around that list discussing those topics in a bit more detail.
One of the major challenges clients face is inherent in their relationship with self-care because it's usually associated with pain: No-Pain-No-Gain!
So long as that affiliation remains, improving your health will always feel like an obligation, something you have to do, and this is the only time you truly need motivation...when you feel you have to do something that you don't want to do.
As you know, if you don't enjoy it, you won't feel rewarded by it, nor will you sustain it as a way of being.
Over the last ten years, I've learned how to recontextualize self-care as an opportunity, something you get to do, which has led to a significant increase in participation, satisfaction, and results, as well as, a positive reframing of the notion: No-Pain-All-Gain!
You can watch the video here, enjoy!
"An idea is a feat of association." Robert Frost