Men Feel They Deserve It – Women Feel Guilty Doing It

Maybe you’re feeling dissatisfied at work, or elements of your personal life have gone bad. Do you find yourself desperately trying to camouflage these feelings with your busyness? Seems men feel they deserve it – yet women feel guilty about it! Okay, this is NOT about what you thought it was! It is however about the fact that for most women – doing things for themselves is a luxury. Yet on today’s show – I’ll prove to you that taking time for yourself is NO luxury. In fact – it’s essential!

In this fast paced 24/7 world we live in – few women are capable of balancing their need to be busy all the time – with an endless list of things to do for everyone else – but what about time for themselves?

“It’s like being busy is a crutch that we use to escape the things we don’t want to think about – we just push them to the back of our minds hoping somehow they’ll disappear – think again!” says Beverly Butler.

This show isn’t just for women however – men need to listen as well. In fact it will help you in your own relationships men. Why is it that men have a different perspective on their activities? They don’t seem to have the same level of guilt… hmmm – Host Beverly and Coach Jenna will have something to say about this one!

“We don’t change what we learn to tolerate.” Jenna Smith

Jenna Smith is an Ontological Coach and Shamanic Intuitive. She has had great success working with clients in all areas of their lives including relationships, career, confidence, health, and life purpose. She guides her clients through the complicated areas of life and helps folks to simplify their lives.

For Further Insight:
Jenna’s Website: You are Magnificent
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“When is the last time you allowed yourself to stop and really feel, to really be present in your life, your body, yourself?”

“You don’t need to take a vacation to do this, don’t need to go anywhere special. Could you create routine in your life where you regularly stop the madness and check in, in order to live with more awareness, more intentionality? I’ve been slowing down very deliberately. I’ve added journaling to my morning prayer/meditation routine, and am also creating more time on Sundays to be quiet and present. Yesterday I spent a lot of time journaling and praying about my life and priorities, it’s much too easy for years to go by without stopping and thinking about what you’re doing and why. Don’t be afraid of what you’ll discover if you stop and feel. Be afraid of what might happen if you never stop…” Dr. Susan Biali