Jun 15, 2018
The health component takes such a big impact in divorce. However, the mind component is just as significant. When women go through divorce, they are physically and mentally drained. How can women take care of themselves when it’s the mind they have to nurse?
What can women do when they feel overwhelmed? Should they run away from it? Should they stay in place or move forward? How would they deal with the drama and challenges that linger? Who can they rely on? How will they become irrepressible from the situation?
Judy Brier Hahn, a certified Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, shares with us chunks of advices on how we can choose different paths to take when we are in tough situations. At the end of the day, what matters most is that our mind is at peace and we have found the strength to be resilient in these circumstances.
How can we know if we are in a victim mentality? You can ask yourself these three questions:
Changing our mentality can make such a huge impact in divorce. Judy Hahn wants you to remember that we are not victims of circumstance, we are products of our decisions.
Check out Julie’s book recommendation, The Power of TED at Amazon.
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