Are you tired of being an Emotional Seesaw?
The statement: “It is what it is” seems like acceptance of the challenges we face. Its rhythmic flow rolls easily off our tongues. It sounds comforting and peaceful. We can feel absolved of responsibility to change something because “it is what it is”.
When you repeat this saying often, it can become a mindset. It can stop expectations of improvement of the status quo. The danger of making this part of our daily vocabulary, is voiding being response-able (able to respond). It could block you from repositioning yourself amidst the flood of change in society as we knew it. Can we take the next step to ask: “How can we make it better than it is now?” Can we find ways to thrive again? To become more than who we were, not in spite of, but because of trauma. To be transformed.
What can you do about your “it is what it is”? I cannot choose what life puts on my plate. I can choose how I respond to it. As Dr Seus said: “You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose.” True acceptance is the balance-dance between sadness and gratitude.
Learn how to transform your “it is what it is” to true acceptance by attending my two-hour webinar called: “Are you tired of being on an emotional seesaw?”
(1.5 CPD points SACSSP; 2 points CPSC; 2 points ministers of religion)
Dates: Thurs 14 July: 18.30 - 21.00; 21 July 18.30 – 21.00; 28 July 18.30 – 21.00; Sat 30 July 8.30 – 11.00 (maximum 20 people per session).
This course is a pre-requisite for the Introduction training in Emotional Logic.