If you’re a perfectionist, you will try to be good at everything. Or maybe you look at others and wish you were good at all the things they are good at. Now that’s pretty exhausting and you do know that nothing is perfect, don’t you?
So, let me make it easy for you. What if you were only born to be really good at one thing? And that one thing was something which didn’t take much effort and came really easily to you. Do you want to hang out with me today and work out what your one thing is? I call it your ‘Zone of Genius’ and it will make your life more enjoyable, fun and you can be more like you!
This is the recording of a one off free mini coaching session which I did on Friendships over the half term holiday.
Do you have a friend who one minute you’re all good and then you’re not. You feel like you go round in circles with them. Your head is dizzy and you’re tired. Talk about a high maintenance friendship.
Maybe you’re confused trying to figure out what you did wrong, but you remain loyal. You keep trying harder to make it work. You try harder and harder but still your friend isn’t happy. You wonder how you can get them to like you.
Oh no! I hope you don’t think you’re hard to love. I hope you don’t think that it’s you who needs to change to fit into the friendship. You haven’t, have you? I think we need to talk about that today and see what your other choices are.
When you break up with a friend or say goodbye to somebody you love, it can feel like your heart is heavy. When you have a tricky friendship which is hurting you and breaking your heart, you’re faced with the decision of how to say goodbye. Either way, breaking up doesn’t need to be a total break down. I’ll tell you all about that in today’s episode and help you to help yourself feel better about the end of a friendship.
Got a Frenemie in your life? Your loyalty comes at a price and over time, it changes you.
Are you putting up with friends who are really no good for you and expecting to feel happy?
Maybe you hope they will change or maybe you think things will magically work themselves out. It’s a bit like drinking a sicky icky soup made from Brussels sprouts, mud, bird droppings and the sweat of 2 mangy old squirrels. Now that soup doesn’t sound like a recipe for happiness does it?