It has been five years since we moved my dad to an assisted living facility for Alzheimer’s patients because it was not safe for him to stay at home.
There was a dog that was always restless. He couldn’t stay in one place for more than a few minutes. When he was outside, it was too hot for him; under a bush he was itchy. Inside the house he was bored…
Why do we procrastinate, even on the habits we really want to change? Why do we drag tasks out, even when we truly want to accomplish them?
The most surprising image was of herself riding a horse. She loved riding horses when she was little, but it had been many years since she had done it.
Assuming that your healing will take a long time can become your barrier to success. It’s my passion (and I love the challenge) to work with women who have almost given up hope. Let the transformation begin!
The choices you make now will affect future generations. Give a gift to posterity. Invest in your own healing journey and make a difference not only in your life but in the lives of your loved ones.