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Everything in my life is falling apart. I know this isn't actually true. How can I shake this feeling off?

asked Feb 14, 2017
5210 PointsGold
I am sorry you feel this way. I’m glad you know this isn’t in fact true at all. I can assure you that it will be a lot easier for you to get and feel back on track than it seems in this moment.

You don’t just want to “shake this feeling off”. Instead allow these feelings to flow through and out of you. How can this be done? Everything stems from somewhere, so what you can do is understand why these feelings are there in the first place and what these feelings are trying to communicate to you to help you stay on track.

You can begin by asking yourself these next few questions:
~What am I actually feeling? Is it frustration, confusion, sort of moving, but staying in place etc.?
~Am I feeling the same feelings in regards to several areas of my life?
~What are some really good things and people that I like having in my life?

These feelings are not actually “yours”, they are what you made your internal GPS feel up until recently. Your GPS is simply communicating to you what you have made it feel up until now and what it would like to be feeling instead going forward. When you know what you don’t want, you’re able to know what it is you do want.

I would love to help you uncover more of what your internal GPS is communicating to you, so that you can truly feel on track and have a smoother, much more fun and fulfilling journey in life! Contact me and let’s get started!
Feb 14, 2017
+5 Votes
26660 PointsGold
Great question!  Everyone experiences this in life and some point.  As I have talked about many times, our feelings are a result of our thoughts. The question is always what are we thinking about. The first thing we need to do is a thought check.

What Am I Thinking About?
Is my thoughts Consistent To What I Really Believe?
Is my Self Talk Something That I Would Say to Someone Else?

I use 3 questions which focuses my thoughts and allow me to think in the direction that is conducive to my future goals.

1. What Happened?
2. Why Did It Happen?
3. How To Make Sure It Never Happens Again?


This is a great self accountability tool. I use it not only on myself, but also with all my clients.

To learn more about how to become more successful and changing mindset, Call me TODAY!  We Get Results!
Feb 27, 2017
+1 Vote