Dismantling Your Dysfunctional Patterns

Do you notice dysfunctional tendencies are keeping you from doing the things you want to do or living the way you want to live? Do you identify as a perfectionist, procrastinator, self sabotager and find that pattern keeping you from completing tasks or being happy with the results? This episode is for you, if you’re anything like me, this episode could show you the reason for your dysfunctional tendencies and how to move through them. 

In this episode, I tell you about one of my dysfunctional tendencies and how it’s had a negative impact my entire life. I’ll also show you where these tendencies come from in my own life and what I’m doing to create less mental suffering in ways you can use right now. I’ll be super critical of conventional advice that I don’t see helping people, but causing more problems because I want you to have the right tools for transformation. 

If you get stuck in cycles and are frustrated at continued self sabotage, you aren’t alone. This episode will help you understand why this is happening and how you can overcome the things in your unconscious that are keeping you stuck. The tips in this episode will help you create less mental suffering and create the results you dream of. 

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