Do you lie to yourself? or Are you ignoring looking at the truth because it is too painful?
We have all been there. It’s called the socialization part of you meets your rational mind and together they try to figure out WHY this thing is happening to you.
The socialization part says “hide”—“Hide your feelings, Hide your thoughts, Hide your tears. In public smile and act as if everything is perfect.”
Your rational mind says, “I’m In a Rut.” Your gut says. “I don’t like this and I don’t want to do it anymore. Now get me out of here.” And the rationale mind acting like a computer says, “But this is the way we have always done this. We can’t change now.”
Inner confusion and conflict resound throughout your body and mind.
Here is a real-life example from a client of mine during a counseling session.
“What is going on? Why do I keep repeating the same bad behavior?” My client said as she looked at me inquisitively.
“Your subconscious already knows what the situation is. You stated it right here in the questionnaire. “He is so much like my father,” I said. “And you stay in that behavior because it is what you know.
The ah-ha moment had arrived. Her eyes widened, her attention was riveted on me. “Yeah, that is right. That’s what I am feeling.”[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]