๐Ÿ˜ฎ Behind the scenes of what i do + DONT BE AVERAGE ๐Ÿ˜ฏ

Since i started my career i’ve had hundreds of chats and calls with people from all walks of life, at different stages of healing, different goals and personalities

And i can clearly see a difference between people who heal and people who unfortunately keep on suffering and are not ready to change no matter how much they say they want to change
(Note: this has nothing to do with the details of the anxiety or dissociation)

So, ready to know what this is?

This is what fascinates me the most: Most people want to change their entire life, they say they are tired with anxiety and dpdr, etc.

then i ask them some questions, i tell them what to do directly, or i use a particular tone of voice.. and they get upset that im being too direct or that they dont like the way im explaining things๐Ÿคฃ

How funny is that.. you want to change your life, and then you get triggered by a few words?

You tell me you want to change your life, and then you get upset cause i should have asked you the question in a ‘nicer’ way and that im being too direct?

You tell me you want to change your life, and then you tell me how i should ask you the questions because i should be nicer and not too direct?

You tell me you want to change your life, and then you let a few words beat you?

Seriously..

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So let me tell you: If you are triggered by the way i explain things, because im too direct, because sometimes im not nice and i tell you that you are wrong no matter how much you protest..

that tells me more about your motivation than you speaking for 1 hour telling me that you’re committed and that you’d do anything

Changing your life INCLUDES the whole package of me being direct, of me telling you that you are wrong, of me asking you specific questions, of me telling you what to do specifically.

If you want to change your life but you’re not willing to change your attitude.. what the heck are we talking about??

Do yourself a favor. Dont be incoherent and average.