You can do hard things.
Really, you can.
You can do the things you fear you won’t survive, feeling the feelings you believe might consume you, and still be standing when all is said and done. You can set and hold boundaries, ask for what you want and need, and hold yourself and others to a higher standard. You can make the impossible happen, and you can rise up and come back in the aftermath of life’s most challenging chapters.
I know this, because I’ve spent the last several years doing really, really hard things… creating new, better, and different outcomes in my life, work, and relationships… and I’m not special.
What I am is committed, devoted, and willing.
To my healing and growth.
To creating new kinds of relationships.
To deepening into my truth and who I’m here to be.
To being braver and bolder with this one life of mine.
To being fully aligned and fully expressed.
To becoming stronger and healthier.
To making the impossible happen.
All of that (and so much more) requires a willingness to do hard things. Really, really hard things. To do them, even when I’m tired and terrified and really would rather not. Even when doing so might give me a panic attack, which I’m talking about in today’s video.
Because doing hard things requires pushing our edges, always and repeatedly. Stepping into more requires us to go beyond our comfort zones, and sometimes that means actively putting ourselves in situations that are triggering so that we can teach ourselves, our minds, our bodies, and our nervous systems that we are safe. That we will survive.
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What are you choosing right now?
And how willing are you to be uncomfortable?
How committed are you to pushing your edges and growing?