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What's Driving Your Behaviour?

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Life Coaching
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Nitima Priya
Holistic Hypnotherapist, Psychotherapist
Humans are driven by emotional reactions yet, we are hardly aware of what is driving our behavior. This short talk helps you to gain insight to become aware of old habitual patterns that may no longer serve you. Ensure you have a pen and your notebook to write your reflection. You may like to follow through by listening to what is acceptance after this.
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Deja
I definitely use old habits.
In the past I have acquired unhealthy habits as a means for coping. I am habitually too hard on myself (in every situation). I constantly strive for perfection in every facet possible. Over time this habit has contributed to my increasing anxiety in life and had resulted in me losing some of the joy I had doing certain things (ie: cooking). I am always my own hardest critics and my own worst enemy. I habitually have issues being vulnerable with my feelings. I always keep a distance even from those I am closest with. I even try to lie to myself about vulnerable feelings. I have trouble opening up about feelings like love, depression, failure, pain, hurt… I always put on a strong facade and push thru and brush off “sensitive” feelings instead of embracing them and dealing with them head on. Overall this habit is hurting my relationships. Alcohol for coping Expressing anger instead of pain/overwhelm
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Lauren
First time here
I felt that I am very hard on myself. Constantly criticizing myself is stealing my happiness and energy.