I have an acquaintance who recently approached me with a dilemma. She declared that despite her best intention to make a number of life changes, she doesn’t really feel like she has accomplished much this year. In fact, she said she has been stuck for about five years now; broke, sad, confused, lethargic, etc. Though she does seem to “do” a lot when it comes to self-help (reading, writing, encouraging others, etc.), she is missing some major key ingredients to seeing real change in her life. Listen to her words as she describes her dilemma.
Archive for December, 2013
If you need to know the answer now: No,life without worry is not possible. People do worry, and will worry, to the end of their lives. The question is: How much worrying is O.K.? The whole story about worry is this: If you worry, you are alive. If you do not worry at all, you are probably dead. If you worry too much, you might suffer from general anxiety disorder or are simply a worrier. Unfortunately, worry is not limited to those who have general anxiety disorder.
Have you ever noticed how life is in constant flux between chaos and order? It seems that just when you get one area of your life in order, there is always another area in complete chaos and usually more than one area is in chaos at a time. All of the disorder can make you feel out of control, causing you to lag behind in your self-care. If you are noticing that you feel rundown and in pain, it might be time to take matters in to your own hands and then place them into the hands of someone who can help. If you are looking to learn more about the chiropractic care available in your area, look no further than your internet search engine.
For as long as there have been blank spots on the map, there have been pioneers—those unafraid of the fringe, who relish the untamed, the unknown, and the undiscovered. These individuals are inspired by the adventurous impulse to survey new ground, to chart new territory, or to discover new ideas.
They are the innovators, creators, visionaries, and explorers.
Today we find ourselves on the brink of yet another frontier. You, with this article, are about to enter this unknown world. Where are you going? What’s left that hasn’t already been mapped out?