Sarahdawn Tunis, MA, NCC
Nothing is impossible...
If you can dream it, you can believe it... and you can become it!
Have you ever noticed that your life seems to repeat itself? Over and over; falling into the same patterns, making the same mistakes, not being able to implement the change you thought you had a handle on? That no matter how many times you tell yourself, “I am going to do things differently next time.” You somehow manage to get yourself into the same situations, repeat the same patterns in relationships, and find yourself responding and doing things the same way, every time, despite your best efforts to change?
There is a reason this happens to us; and it is not from a lack of trying to make changes nor is it because of some sort of character flaw or just part of your personality. It actually has to do with the way your brain is structured and how it responds to certain experiences. Did you know your ability to be rational and logical actually shuts down during times of high emotion? How can you be expected to use skills and implement changes when your brain is functioning on instinct rather than allowing you the ability to have control of your decisions? Well, honestly you can’t.
The good news is you can change the way your brain is structured. You actually have the ability to make your brain function differently and respond to situations more effectively and more in line with the person you want to be.
Confident Connections Counseling can help you gain control of your life, help you learn more effective ways of making decisions, and help you respond to situations and people the way you want. With the use of research support techniques tailored to your individual needs and circumstances, together we will find a way for you to be the person you want to be, feel good about your life and your relationships with others, gain confidence in your ability to make decisions, accomplish your dreams, and create a life you love.
Dream of what you want, believe you can have it, and click here to begin on your journey of becoming the person who can make it happen.
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