This might be you. It’s definitely me or has been me at least some time.
- Crave more ease in life.
Reactive: sometimes it seems like everything bothers you.
Escapist: you look for relief and create habits that affect other parts of life.
Distractible: you’ve been told you weren’t listening to someone else, when you thought you were.
Overwhelmed: Decisions and actions don’t seem possible.
Procratinating: you put off important things (tasks, projects, people, experiences) in your life.
Unappreciated: You figure being your own best friend is a good idea, but how do you do it?
Focusing is one powerful and simple process that lets you be supportive of other people and yourself – so the important things in your life can move forward freely.
Focusing has made a huge difference in how I am, what I do and how I feel. It made (and still makes) such a difference that I got certified so I could teach other people too!
Sooooo, if you’re interested in being more of a friend to yourself,
I’m teaching an introductory Focusing workshop, “Listening To You” on Oct. 18th at Westchester Community College, Valhalla, NY.
Click to SIGN-UP. If you click the photo below, you’ll get to the brochure