How many of you indulge in feeling sorry for yourself when it comes to your drinking? Asking over and over: Why is this something I have to struggle with?
On this episode, I address why self-pity is a problem by helping you understand exactly what pity is. I’ve prepared six questions you can ask to help understand your thoughts when a situation feels unfair. This awareness is key as I show you why this behavior fuels your habit of drinking too much and how it’s keeping you stuck.
Join me this week as I explain how to use the think-feel-act cycle to prevent feelings of self-pity. You’re going to learn why feeling pity for others isn't helpful, as well as why it’s impossible to change your habits when you're allowing yourself to wallow.
Visit www.rachelhart.com/urge to find out how to claim your free meditation that will teach you how to handle any urge without using your willpower.
What You'll Learn from this Episode:
- Why your brain naturally chooses self-pity.
- Which beliefs fuel self-pitying thoughts.
- Why pity and disconnect go hand-in-hand.
- What you’re missing by believing your self-pity.
- 6 questions to ask if you’re feeling sorry for yourself.
- Why we don’t like others pitying us.
- Why self-pity prevents us from changing ourselves.
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- Why Can't I Drink Like Everyone Else? - Rachel Hart