Why being selfish is a good thing
We live in a go-go-go society where running ourselves ragged is looked upon with a certain level of awe. But pushing yourself beyond your limits can have far reaching health consequences and, over time, your body will start to let you know that it needs a break.
The question is, are you listening?
In the beginning it may start out as fatigue.
And if you don't listen it will get a little louder and then louder still until, eventually, you have no choice but to slow down and listen. This usually happens when we have pushed ourselves so far that our body breaks down - think sickness or dis-ease.
Our society has built such fear around the word "selfish", but at the heart of it, being selfish just means that you take care of yourself and your needs. And there's nothing wrong with that, is there?
Learning to slow down and take care of yourself is not indulgent or selfish - it is 100% necessary for your health and well being.
Learn more tips on how to slow down and take better care of yourself
Floating on a cloud of happiness after two amazing sessions this week with my super awesome clients. This is what one of them had to say about the work we're doing together:
"This has been the most positive experience of my life and I am so glad we met and I engaged with you for this journey. I feel so good and strong and free from my old habits. Only place to go is up!"
Feeling overwhelmed with love and gratitude! <3
After years of dealing with frustration and blame from the medical community, I finally chose to take control of my own health journey; a path which has led me to where I am today.