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Putting up with whhhatttt?

Hey yall,

As we navigate our daily lives, it's common for us to accumulate mental clutter and drain our energy without even realizing it. We often tolerate things that slow us down and hinder our progress, not just in our personal lives but also in our relationships, family, and employment. It's crucial for our overall well-being to become aware of these "Tolerations" and take action to address them. By doing so, we can take control of our mental and emotional health and improve every aspect of our lives.

Here are some examples of "Tolerations" that you may be putting up with:

  • Incomplete tasks

  • Frustrations

  • Poor processes and procedures

  • Unresolved issues or problems

  • Other people's or your own behavior

  • Clutter

  • 'Shoulds'

  • Unmet needs

  • Crossed boundaries

  • Poor morale

  • Overdue bills or invoices

  • Outdated design

  • Guilt

  • Exercise/eating/sleep habits

  • Office cleanliness/tidiness

  • Undone filing

  • Indecision

  • Procrastination, and more.

We encourage you to take some time to reflect on what you are currently tolerating and make a list of as many items as you can. By simply writing them out, you will raise your awareness and start to naturally handle, fix, and resolve them over time. You can add more items to your list as you think of them.

Use the following template to create your list:

Once you have your list, we encourage you to pick ONE item to take action on in the next day or so.

Use the following template to identify your action and deadline:

Action: __________________________________________________________

Deadline: ________________________________________________________

We hope that this exercise helps you to identify and resolve the "Tolerations" that are holding you back. Remember, taking care of yourself is an important part of your spiritual and physical health.

Don't be afraid to ask for support from other members of the Christian Women's Health Collective as you work towards reducing your "Tolerations."

Hey - just so you know it took me several months to see a clear picture. The intention here is not to create chaos but rather to identify where we can increase the awareness to resolve. Trust me, the brain is amazing when use to the ability of self identification combined with prayer!

This is a big step, congratulations on your journey!

Take your time!

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