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This episode is about how to feel happier but the real question is what to do with sadness, sorrow, or melancholy when it comes up, especially if it comes up for you on a regular basis. Today’s caller, Patrick, is a vocal artist who is committed to his personal development work but is finding happiness elusive. We work through why being “happy” all the time may not be what he should be striving for and how much of his sorrow may not be his own.
[For show notes go here: Christinehassler.com/episode189]
As we continue to evolve as humans, those of us who have said yes to waking up and healing will have moments when we face challenges and have difficulty sitting in uncomfortable emotions.
Consider/Ask Yourself:Do you have a certain emotion you hate and are trying to make it go away?Do you relate to being an artist? Are you a performer, musician, or creator of some kind?Are you a highly sensitive person?How did your parents express emotions?
Patrick’s Question:Patrick would like guidance on how to stop feeling sadness and start feeling happier.
Patrick’s Key Insights and Ahas:He is struggling with developing a sustainable singing careerHis identity is attached to successHe is committed to his personal developmentHe is afraid of staying in his emotionsHis mother took a lot of emotional spaceHe may be a personal growth junkieHe has a lot of self-love
How to Get Over It and On With It:He needs to learn to relate to his sorrow in a different wayHe needs to greet his sorrow, talk with it, and release itHe should listen to Over it and On With It episode #186 with MeganHe needs to increase his self-compassion
Takeaways:Is there an emotion you are avoiding?Could you be taking on other people’s emotions?Embrace the emotional side of you and honor yourself with self-compassionConsider joining my Mastery course for monthly group coaching and the one-day retreat
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Resources:Christine Hassler — Join the Free Over It and On With It Community.To watch episodes of coaching sessions, go to Youtube.com/christinehasslerChristine’s Personal Mastery CourseChristine’s Signature RetreatChristine Hassler Podcasts Including Coaches CornerChristine’s Books, including Expectation Hangover@ChristinHassler on Twitter@ChristineHassler on InstagramAssist@ChristineHassler.com — To reach out to this week’s guest.
If you want to have a better relationship with money and more of it, this is a must listen. Christine’s guest Patrice Washington shares her inspiring story and coaches you through redefining the “Six Pillars of Wealth.”
A little more about Patrice: She is an award-winning author, transformational speaker, hope-restoringcoach, and media personality.
Patrice got her start as your favorite personal finance expert, “America’s Money Maven”, having tremendous success with her “mindset approach” to personal finance. She has since expanded her brand and mission, encouraging women to chase purpose, not money.
Patrice is committed to redefining the term “wealth”, using its original meaning, “well-being”. She encourages women to have “wealth” in all aspects of their lives by pursuing their purpose, being fulfilled, and earning more without ever chasing money. Through her teachings, Patrice empowers women to look at life through the lens of abundance and opportunity, instead of lack and scarcity. As the founder of Redefining Wealth and The Earn More Money Movement for Women, Patrice has built a thriving community of high-achieving women committed to creating a powerful life vision--in their careers, home, health, and personal finances.
Learn more at http://www.patricewashington.com/
This episode is about breaking childhood patterns. Today’s caller, Jasmine, feels trapped in her current situation. She feels she has to stick it out at her job because it is her only option. But, as you will hear in this call, it is not her only option. In fact, what she thinks is her only option is only keeping her in a lifetime of an enduring pattern that isn’t giving her what she wants and isn’t opening her up to all the amazing opportunities that could come her way when she becomes untrapped.
[For show notes go here: Christinehassler.com/episode188]
A trapped feeling is comfortable and familiar but it also can put you into overwhelm. And when we are in overwhelm all of our childhood survival strategies, the things we had to do to adapt to our environment in order to feel safe, come into effect. As a child, if you had to endure neglect, chaos, and lack of love and support in order to get any crumbs of love from your parents, you may be playing out the same situation as an adult.
● Do you ever stick things out or suffer because you think you have to?
● Did you have parents who didn’t parent you?
● When it comes to uncertainty, do you stay in comfortable or familiar situations even if you are not happy or fulfilled rather than take a risk that has unknown consequences?
Jasmine is in a job that is wrong for her. She feels trapped and overwhelmed and would like guidance on setting boundaries and how to find joy.
Jasmine’s Key Insights and Ahas:
● She feels she isn’t worthy of having it all.
● She found her soul family in her adopted country.
● One of her parents had an addiction and the other, mental health issues.
How to Get Over It and On With It:
● She needs to move past the energetic pattern of feeling trapped and not feeling worthy.
● She needs to lean into her faith and spiritual belief.
● She needs support and love and to find a therapist.
● Think about what your pattern is when you are in overwhelm or when you feel trapped; try to evolve the pattern and dance with uncertainty.
● If there is a situation you feel trapped in, get creative.
● Consider joining my Mastery course for monthly group coaching
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Resources: Christine Hassler — Join the Free Over It and On With It Community.
To watch episodes of coaching sessions, go to Youtube.com/christinehassler
Assist@ChristineHassler.com — To reach out to this week’s guest.
In this quickie episode, Christine shares some simple tips to support you in either starting, returning or deepening your meditation practice. Announcement: I am coming to the East Coast!! Join me in June for my workshop at the Omega Institute https://www.eomega.org/workshops/overcome-expectation-hangovers
This episode is about turning your challenges into your calling. Today’s caller, Dale, is looking for guidance on how to reach out to clients to support a new coaching business. Dale’s unique gift is that he has schizophrenia. He wants to help families of people with schizophrenia to help them see their family member’s illness in a different light. Mental health disorders still have a stigma to them and Dale is an incredible example of someone who chooses to thrive in the face of both adversity and sh
This week I am doing something different and airing an interview I did on “A Brave New Man” podcast on my podcast. Listen in as I discuss with my friend, Greg Woodhill, what men are getting right, getting wrong and advice for how to have better relationships and communication.
This episode is about how to individualize and feel safe if you grew up in a chaotic environment and are always waiting for the worst-case scenario. Today’s caller, Megan, is stuck in grief after the loss of her mother. As we discover, what is really holding her back is a lifetime pattern of not connecting to her own inner wisdom and sense of self and living with an inconsistent parent which keeps her in the ‘preparing for the other shoe to drop’ mental and emotional cycle.