Stress

Lately you’ve been feeling like you’re drowning.

There’s an endless to-do list, and for every task you cross off, another three get piled on top. You just keep sinking further and further and you’re not sure how much longer you can keep this up.

You always thought in milestones:

Once I wrap up this project, things will settle down.

Once I earn $_____, then I’ll take a vacation.

Once the kids’ activities are done or the house is clean, then I’ll be able to relax.

Here’s the thing, though: Even when you meet (or exceed) these goals, new ones creep up, sending you on a wild goose chase for more.

It’s not even that you’re chasing money — you’re chasing freedom. And the freedom you’re looking for always seems to be just out of reach.

The stress of your career, your responsibilities, and wanting to be present with your family and friends is like trying to keep 20 spinning plates in the air at all times. If one of them falls, they all go down.

You’re probably here because it feels like your body decided that it was done taking orders from you.

You’re noticing that no matter how hard you try, you can’t seem to relax anymore. You always feel on edge, like there’s a tightness in your chest that just won’t go away.

It’s hard to fall asleep without relying on sleep aids, and even then, you consistently wake up throughout the night or wake up the next morning feeling like shit.

You’re ready to get off this rollercoaster and figure out how to finally enjoy the life you’ve worked so hard to create for yourself and your family.



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