|Stress Free Living
Judith Albright, MA
The Emotion Code® Facilitator
Marriages fail every day, leaving in their wake vulnerable and
lonely men and women who wonder how they will ever make it
without a partner. Many choose to rush into a new marriage, but
the odds against that marriage being successful are overwhelming
unless old issues are resolved and a solid foundation is created on
which to build a new relationship. It would be easy to assume that
anyone who has gone through the painful process of divorce would
have learned something from it and would be less likely to repeat
the mistakes of the past.
Unfortunately, this is not always so. Entrenched life patterns, if not
identified and broken, can contribute to the destruction of a second
marriage just as easily as they may have helped destroy the first
one. Even when you wholeheartedly believe the breakup of your
previous marriage is your ex-spouse’s fault, it is important to
remember that it is rarely if ever just one person who “causes” a
divorce. Often after it is too late, a second-time newlywed finds out
that even though the new spouse is indeed different from the first
one, old patterns have been carried into the new relationship by
both partners. This book takes an in-depth look at (a) the past and
what helped create it,(b) what might be going on in a present
relationship, and (c) what needs to be considered before entering a
new marriage, especially one involving children.
There are few people who can honestly say they love everything about their life
and wouldn't change a thing. For the rest of us there is always something we
strive for, want to resolve, get beyond, or do differently. However, motivation,
patience, perseverance and dedication. It also requires expanded thinking and
a plan that will ultimately lead in a different direction toward something new.
The questions that inevitably arise are what should that direction be and how
do I get there?
One of the biggest obstacles to change is not being clear about we want. All of
us are quick to identify what we don't want, but find it harder to pin down what
we do. Nine out of ten people, when asked how they would like their life to
change, are likely to give vague answers such as, "I want more money," " I
want a different job," "I want to get out of a bad relationship," "I want to live
somewhere else," or “I just want to be happy.” While these are all worthwhile
objectives, they are not specific enough: how much money? What kind of
career or job? What kind of relationship would you like to be in or out of?
Where do you want to live? Do you want to go back to school, take a year's
sabbatical, or travel around the world? Do you secretly long to be an artist, a
teacher, a poet, a drummer in a rock band or an executive chef? Or, are you
simply living day to day, vaguely wanting something different but unable to put
your finger on exactly what it is you long for?
This book is written specifically to help you answer such questions. It will help
you determine what you really want, inspire you to move out of your comfort
zone, determine what is blocking you, address your doubts and fears, withstand
negative influences from others, help you prepare for mental and financial
challenges, and determine if your timing is right. Ultimately you will also
learn how to harness the power of your mind to facilitate the changes you want
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bogged down in the mundane routines and stresses of daily living. We
get into a rut, and without a little effort to change things, we stay in it.
The problem with living in a rut is that eventually it can rob us of
motivation and keep us stuck in a boring and colorless life.
What does it mean to lead a richer and more colorful life? There can be
various ways to define this, but the one that describes it best is "to lead
an amplified life." The word "amplified" itself means to "make larger
or more powerful; increase." Thus an amplified life is one that is
infused with passion, creativity and, most importantly, meaning and
fulfillment. Living life in that way does not involve any particular thing
or activity: rather it is a point of view and a different way of looking at
the world. It means:
• Making the most of what we have
• Recognizing and taking advantage of opportunities
• Being willing and able to receive as well as give
• Finding joy in even the smallest of things
• Opening ourselves to possibilities
• Throwing of the mental shackles that keep us stuck in place
The twice-monthly essays in this little book are intended as food for
thought to help you add interest, meaning and fulfillment to your own
life. Their purpose is to inspire and stimulate new ideas, and to
encourage you to find and do new or different things that can add f;avpr
to everyday living.
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The loss of a marriage or established relationship is a painful experience that
changes your identity and rocks the very foundation of your life. Whether you
or your spouse is the one wanting out, getting through and beyond a divorce is not
easy. It may well be one of the most challenging and difficult situations you ever
have to cope with in your life. Facing the uncertainty of life without a spouse or
partner may require you to fall back and call on strengths you may not know you
have. It takes courage to forge on without knowing what lies ahead, but if you can
reach a point where you can accept what happened and be at peace with it you
are sure to transcend the experience and be far wiser as the result . You are now
in uncharted waters--those you may have never navigated before.The tools and
strategies in this book are intended to help you get past your pain, fear and
discomfort and plot a course to a new life and a new way of living.
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