I was sitting watching the TV this evening and was struck by the number of shows that put pressure on the contestants to just go one more round further. ‘Exploiting people’s emotions’ I hear some of you say! ‘Isn’t that just like life’, I hear others say.
It got me thinking about how many times in life we take these types of risk anyway. A lot of the time I would guess!
How many times have you bought something unseen from the Internet because the offer seems so good, or maybe you’ve changed careers from a well-paid job to a voluntary or low income job?
Was it a risk? Maybe? Yes? Probably? But does this stop you?
I decided several years ago that life is worth living to its fullest. When I was 18 I had major surgery on my back, which prevented me from doing what I thought was my dream job.
Once I’d got myself back to full fitness, both physically and mentally, I realised I could do anything I like, if I put my mind to it.
I also chose to resign from a well-paid government job and take up a job that paid half what I was getting. Now after several years, I have the most amazing career and I get to do something I love, helping others.
Ten to fifteen years ago therapy was seen as something strange and maybe to some it still is. Personally I would never be afraid of going to see a therapist if I had worries. In fact the hypnotherapy register I belong to actively encourages its members to have regular sessions with other therapists.
If you’re sitting there juggling two metaphorical boxes in front of you, why not give me a call to see if I can help you.
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