...your client says: "I trust whatever direction you want to take me."
I'm working with a client who's challenged and consumed by her child's special needs.
I almost immediately noticed that her primary challenge was not related to her child (though she believed it was); it was that she had not yet accepted herself.
I shared this insight, and while philosophically, she agreed, she wasn't ready to focus our energy there.
Fast forward six months, and while her daughter's condition hasn't changed significantly, the way she looks at the situation has.
We celebrated during our last session and reminisced how far we had come in such a short period and agreed that reframing reality is a powerful tool and a gateway to freedom.
I said to her: I think it's time to go back to square one. She said: What do you mean? I said: That whole self-acceptance piece.
I wasn't sure how she was going to react to it, and you already know what she said.
"Trust starts with truth and ends with truth." Lifehacks.io