Happy New Year Everyone! Here's the summary of chapter 14 which is about taking responsibility for the situation you find yourself. If you're unhappy and blaming others for your not choosing to change your circumstances, then reading this chapter will show you that it is you, yourself, that is stopping you. One minute your Confident You tells you that you can do anything with your life and at that moment you feel expansive, confident and ready to change and deal with the consequences. The next minute your Cautious You chimes in with good reasons why you shouldn't take the risks associated with change. Chapter 14 will help you recognise this conflict within and show you how to resolve it so that this New Year will not be another year that you can look back on and regret not taking action....
Chapter 14: HURDLE 4: Take responsibility for your situation (no blaming others)
Hurdle four is ‘Take responsibility for your situation (no blaming others)’ This involves recognizing that when you blame others for your situation, in many cases it’s your internal conflict that’s to blame.
Bringing unconscious resistance between your Cautious You and Confident You to consciousness and resolving it through the techniques explained in the chapter will unshackle your Will power so that you will be able to stick to your decision, action it and thereby stay and improve the relationship or finally move out.
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