When I meet with patients, our conversations can go a dozen different ways. Part of that is because I like visiting with them and learning about their lives, but part is because I’m looking for clues.
On last week’s “Wellness Wednesday,” we did a quick study of the four sides of wellness: Eat Right, Move Right, Think Right, and Live Right.
Like facets of a diamond, all four parts are equally important,
“It’s the surest path to a fulfilling life,” they say.
“You should live a life that makes you happy,” they say.
“Follow your heart and pursue your dreams,” they say.
They have good intentions. Really…I’m sure they do.
But that doesn’t make it right.
There is an old story, told around Cherokee campfires for generations, about two wolves locked in a great fight. One is anger, sorrow, hatred, self-pity, greed, arrogance, and sin; the other is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, and faith. It
Did you remember to choose yourself this week?
Loving yourself in a healthy way can be a precarious balancing act between narcissism and self-loathing, both of which involve an unhealthy focus on self, whether positive or negative.
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