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Hitting Point Overwhelm

Sue-Schoening

Written by Susan Schoening

I have had quite a few comments from clients and friends asking why I have been so quiet on the "writing of posts" front, as opposed to taking the easy way out and sharing "others' posts" ... which I have been really guilty of over the past few months in general, and this month in particular.

I could say I have been really busy (which is true), or that life is chaotic at the moment (also true) or that I am so tired after a day resonant with chasing my tail (you know how that feels!) that all I can do is fall into bed, without a creative thought in my head. But that for me feels as though I am buying into the excuses and allowing the excuses to drive my daily schedule, as opposed to ME driving my days consciously and constructively.

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Help, I don't know how to say No!

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This is Part 3 in a series of 3 articles about Saying No kindly.

In Part 1, we took a look at how stressful it is, and what stress does to the body, when we keep taking on too much. In Part 2, we've had a look at why it's really good for ourselves AND others to learn to turn down some requests. If by this time you feel like saying "Oh no, I can never use that word", breathe deeply.... Here are some tips to do it kindly.

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Values: What are they and what can they do for me?

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I was working with a really amazing client yesterday. She's working through my new program "Six Weeks to a Guilt-Free No" and making enormous strides. She does homework diligently, is stepping out of her comfort zone, soaks up knowledge like a sponge and does her own tapping between the sessions.

The topic of yesterday's Module with my beautiful client was "Values". We first EFT'ed an enormous memory that had had huge ripple effects throughout the rest of her life.

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“Regret for the things we did can be tempered by time; it is regret for the things we did not do that is inconsolable. “ - Sydney J. Harris

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