How uncomfortable does it have to get before you take action?

Updated: Jun 17


In this week edition of 'From the Table' I'm talking about the deeply ingrained patterns many of us have, in waiting until something is so very uncomfortable that we then are forced to take action.


And that not only do we not take practical action at the first sign of something not being ok, or is crushing one or more of our values/ boundaries, but we are mostly conditioned from childhood to ignore it unless it gets too be too big of a deal.


If we shifted into this daily experience of gently and lovingly dealing with things as they present then it's far less likely that things would get so bad that it would get uncomfortable and force you to make big changes and decisions.


Learn more in the video below, plus ways of changing this and developing new healthy patterns for a great life you deserve!






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Jacquie xx



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