You live in a modern world that is conducive to high levels of stress.
You also live in a culture that seems to promote coping with stress by taking on more, getting less sleep, grabbing a quick bite to eat, keeping stimulated on caffeine, and rewarding yourself at the end of the week with a binge on alcohol and/or sweets.
All too often, maintaining (or attempting to maintain) this level of exertion leads to exhaustion and burnout, among some concerning physical and mental health consequences.
On a physical level, you might begin to experience symptoms such as chronic fatigue, digestive disorders, chronic pain, or a variety of other health problems that just don’t seem to go away.
On a mental level, you may find that your focus begins to shift from the goals and ambitions you have in life, to just surviving another day. You have trouble facing ordinary tasks like making dinner, washing the dishes, or socializing with friends, and your relationships with loved ones might begin to suffer. Soon you find yourself constantly lost in a mental haze, feeling chronically sad, anxious, and ill, and miles away from the potential that you once thought yourself capable of…
The good news is that it is possible to put an end to this cycle, and even though it might seem very daunting, the even better news is that it’s possible to go above and beyond what you’ve ever imagined for yourself. Although you may have a hard time imagining this right now, as long as you’re reading these words then you’re already at a significant turning point in your life. This is the very first step!
Mindfulness-based counselling and training can help you go all the way. Together, we will explore and learn more about what might be getting you stuck. You will undergo a transformative journey that will help you become a wiser and more insightful individual who responds to challenges as someone who you admire might. Ultimately, the process is about developing YOU, helping you become the very best version of yourself. It is an investment that will last and serve not only you, but your loved ones, for many years to come.
“On the other side of your greatest obstacle is your greatest miracle.”