#008 – Stuck: Emotional Health by Unthawing Frozen Emotions and Moving Forward with Traction [Podcast]

Ever feel stuck in life?  Perhaps you might feel that you have no traction in your life, that you are just spinning your wheels.  Or perhaps you see negative emotions which dominate your life, and quickly react to the smallest of incidents.


Ever feel stuck in life?

In this episode of First Things, we dive into the issue of feeling stuck.  I talk about one of my 5 most amazing revelations in life that has helped me unthaw frozen, stuck emotions.

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Stuck Show Notes

In this episode, I share on the following topics:

  • What it means to be “stuck”
  • Seeing your stuck emotions as “psychological knots”
  • How our emotions get stuck
  • Reasons we might feel like we’ve lost traction and are not going anywhere
  • 8 Action Steps to unthaw frozen emotions and start moving forward with traction
      1. Acknowledge the areas you need work in
      2. Keep emotions in perspective
      3. Study success if you struggle with traction
      4. You can only think one thought at a time
      5. Use your imagination
      6. Write it down
      7. Give yourself permission to have wacky thoughts and feelings
      8. Decide you want something new and design it

Stuck Episode Resources

In this episode I mentioned several resources, including:

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