Podcast 464: What to do when you feel like you are not making any progress with your healing
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SHOW DESCRIPTION: In this podcast I talk about what to do when you feel like you are not making any progress on your mental health journey. Does the mental health progress you are making not feel like progress? Or is not what you or others expected? Have you felt like nothing has gotten any clearer? Do you feel like you still lack awareness? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you are in the right place!
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1:15 We all feel stuck at times!
2:58 The treatment affect & feeling lost
7:45 Why it is so important to understand your own expectations for healing & how other people’s expectations can affect you
10:11 Ways to develop your emotional & physical awareness
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