It takes a lot of strength to realize that you need to make changes for yourself to live healthier and happier. But how can you tell the difference between a rough patch and a need to revitalize your life?
We all go through periods of darkness. Ups and downs are a natural part of life, and in your mature years you’ve had your fair share of them. Because you’re used to this, it makes it easy to tell yourself things will get better one day, when what you REALLY need to do is put in the work to make sure you can find the light on the other side. Not everything changes on its own! Are you finding this time has left you feeling a bit disconnected? Is it time to find more self-love? Is it time to find some help to guide you in rewilding your life?
Here are 6 signs that you’re in need of a change.
You feel self-critical.
You don't honor your achievements.
You are having difficulty creating a routine of self-care.
You feel anxious and stressed.
You find yourself isolating.
You're not having enough fun.
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