Do you have enough of what you don’t need?
Updated: Nov 29, 2022
Do you lie awake in bed at night comparing your luxury car, beachfront house and trophy family to those of coworkers, friends and people you never met?
Feeling inferior causes anxiety and frustration. It can lead to drugs and alcohol abuse, obesity, illicit sex and buying more of what you already have.
Drug overdoses and suicides in the U.S. climb annually. Doctors write 92 million prescriptions for benzodiazepines like Xanax to numb your thoughts. More than 140,000 Americans die from the effects of alcoholism. More than 40% of adults are obese.
Yet prescription drugs, overeating and bigger boats don’t stop the panic attacks. Why?
You adopted most of your beliefs when you were between 6 and 10 years old. Did an authority figure tell you that you would never amount to anything? Did your parents constantly complain about work and bills regardless of your financial status? Are you unable to accept gifts because they always come with attachments like chores and guilt?
You don’t need to feel trapped by such thoughts. They are all in your head.
You struggled and moved mountains to get where you are. You deserve the life you built and should feel great about it. Understanding your thoughts leads to understanding your actions. Aligning them with purpose opens your path to mental freedom.
How long will you wait? Call Rich Campbell at (616) 566-4576 or visit Living Well - Leading Well to start guiding your thoughts to a better peace of mind today!