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Curious and Curiouser Podcast

Jan 9, 2019

In this week’s episode, Tracey and Cayly are talking all about resistance and are asking the following questions: What if you don’t feel like it? Should you do it anyway?


Specific topics include:

- Being in a funk in the new year

- Cayly’s short period of depression at the end of last year

- How sitting in the funk can become a habit

- Why we resistance is normal and why we resist doing things we actually really care about

- How the big picture heaviness can exacerbate our everyday heaviness

- Self-sabotage and getting in our own way

- Why wanting to do the easier thing is normal

- Why we can always find the time and energy for things that are important to us

- How family of origin stuff can play into perpetuating resistance

- How resistance can be self-protective

- How letting go is actually really hard even if it’s cathartic

- How clutter can be helpful

- Physical & emotional pain as experienced in your brain

- Figuring out how to know when to rest & when to do it anyway

- How to deal with kids who “don’t feel like it”

- Why the thing we’re resisting can be the thing that will also make us feel better

- Anxiety and self-employment

- Anxiety as an adaptive response

- And more!


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