YOUR JOY RIDE AWAITS YOU

You are enough.

Are you running on the treadmill of perfectionism at work or at home?  Always hustling for worthiness?  Wrestling with addictions and wanting to numb out, check out, or space out?  Are you feeling overwhelmed and never enough?

Most people are perpetually wrestling with feelings of inadequacy and self-doubt!  We live in the most medicated and addicted society that has ever existed.  Individuals, marriages, and families are under attack of shame gremlins that tell us we are never happy enough, dressed well enough, achieving enough, owning enough.  You get the picture.

We are caught up in a rat-race of expectations and frankly we cannot keep up anymore.  We do not have time for one more soccer game, music lesson, volunteer project, or meeting.  We cannot do it all, we feel so much pressure to speed up to keep up.  Depression and anxiety are on the rise. 

Another suicide hit the media today.  Marriages are falling apart.  Families are in conflict.  We feel guilty for resting!

We are hiding our NetFlix binges and food binges,  because we have never been more influenced by shame and feelings of inadequacy.

We need it all to stop.
We want it all to stop.
But, we just don’t know how.

How much more pressure to perform, please, and perfect can we take?  We are losing life and happiness every time we hop on to another bandwagon or the latest trend.  We do not have the time for one more of this or that.

It is all too much and it is taking its toll.

YOUR JOY RIDE AWAITS YOU

You are enough.

Are you running on the treadmill of perfectionism at work or at home?  Always hustling for worthiness?  Wrestling with addictions and wanting to numb out, check out, or space out?  Are you feeling overwhelmed and never enough?

Most people are perpetually wrestling with feelings of inadequacy and self-doubt!  We live in the most medicated and addicted society that has ever existed.  Individuals, marriages, and families are under attack of shame gremlins that tell us we are never happy enough, dressed well enough, achieving enough, owning enough.  You get the picture.

We are caught up in a rat-race of expectations and frankly we cannot keep up anymore.  We do not have time for one more soccer game, music lesson, volunteer project, or meeting.  We cannot do it all, we feel so much pressure to speed up to keep up.  Depression and anxiety are on the rise. 

Another suicide hit the media today.  Marriages are falling apart.  Families are in conflict.  We feel guilty for resting!

We are hiding our NetFlix binges and food binges,  because we have never been more influenced by shame and feelings of inadequacy.

We need it all to stop.
We want it all to stop.
But, we just don’t know how.

How much more pressure to perform, please, and perfect can we take?  We are losing life and happiness every time we hop on to another bandwagon or the latest trend.  We do not have the time for one more of this or that.

It is all too much and it is taking its toll.

BEGIN YOUR JOURNEY HERE.
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