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12 Ways You’re Holding Yourself Back From Your Best Life (Without Even Realizing It) ByBRIANNA WIEST

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12 Ways You’re Holding Yourself Back From Your Best Life (Without Even Realizing It)

ByBRIANNA WIEST
Sept 2 2015

When we concoct ideas and routines and lives that we think are best, we leave out a lot of the details that actually matter. We focus on how things appear rather than how they feel, and confuse their “feeling good” for “being good.” We think that the best is how we make ourselves most comfortable and “happy,” rather than most fully realized. We forego genuine health — of body and mind — for faster, seemingly more effective alternatives. We can’t actually do the hard work in every aspect of our lives because we simply don’t have enough energy. Rather than letting ourselves slack where importance doesn’t fall, we compensate in feigned and disingenuous ways. Here, all the ways you probably don’t realize you’re sabotaging your best life (and how to turn it around, ASAP):

You Have An Idea Of What Your “Best Life” Should Look Like On The Outside, But Not What It Would Feel Like On The Inside, In The Day-to-Day
Most people assume they’re unhappy because they have something external, they don’t understand that their overall contentment is not casual, it’s a manner of perception. So when we go to craft ideas of what our best lives would look like, we focus on what pretty pictures would ease all the internal discomfort, rather than the actual solutions.

Uncertain, You Seek Advice From Numerous Friends
Feeling uncertain is not a call to source everybody you know for their opinions, that only feeds the problem more. Feeling uncertain is a call to truly listen to what you’re trying to say to yourself, not further disconnect from that based on what other people would perceive.Search Bustle…
12 Ways You’re Holding Yourself Back From Your Best Life (Without Even Realizing It)
ByBRIANNA WIEST
Sept 2 2015
When we concoct ideas and routines and lives that we think are best, we leave out a lot of the details that actually matter. We focus on how things appear rather than how they feel, and confuse their “feeling good” for “being good.” We think that the best is how we make ourselves most comfortable and “happy,” rather than most fully realized. We forego genuine health — of body and mind — for faster, seemingly more effective alternatives. We can’t actually do the hard work in every aspect of our lives because we simply don’t have enough energy. Rather than letting ourselves slack where importance doesn’t fall, we compensate in feigned and disingenuous ways. Here, all the ways you probably don’t realize you’re sabotaging your best life (and how to turn it around, ASAP):
You Have An Idea Of What Your “Best Life” Should Look Like On The Outside, But Not What It Would Feel Like On The Inside, In The Day-to-Day
Most people assume they’re unhappy because they have something external, they don’t understand that their overall contentment is not casual, it’s a manner of perception. So when we go to craft ideas of what our best lives would look like, we focus on what pretty pictures would ease all the internal discomfort, rather than the actual solutions.
Uncertain, You Seek Advice From Numerous Friends
Feeling uncertain is not a call to source everybody you know for their opinions, that only feeds the problem more. Feeling uncertain is a call to truly listen to what you’re trying to say to yourself, not further disconnect from that based on what other people would perceive.

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