Many of us are in the healing industry because we are givers and want to help. Sometimes we give and give until there is very little of us left. Then we wonder why we are exhausted, unhappy, and ill. The truth of the matter, is that healers are rarely the most important person in the room. Everyone else’s needs come first. One of the keys to a happy, healthy, and rich life, is understanding that it’s necessary to put yourself first sometimes. Loving ourselves enough to create good boundaries and giving ourselves the nurturing that we need, is a vital part of our health and wellness. It’s almost impossible for us to empower our clients to make real changes in their lives if we don’t step into our own power. You matter just as much as everyone else, so stop trying to make yourself smaller. Your passion and your life’s purpose are valuable, so treat them with the respect that they deserve. Treat them with the same regard that you give to your clients.

Home/Facebook/Many of us are in the healing industry because we are givers and want to help. Sometimes we give and give until there is very little of us left. Then we wonder why we are exhausted, unhappy, and ill. The truth of the matter, is that healers are rarely the most important person in the room. Everyone else’s needs come first. One of the keys to a happy, healthy, and rich life, is understanding that it’s necessary to put yourself first sometimes. Loving ourselves enough to create good boundaries and giving ourselves the nurturing that we need, is a vital part of our health and wellness. It’s almost impossible for us to empower our clients to make real changes in their lives if we don’t step into our own power. You matter just as much as everyone else, so stop trying to make yourself smaller. Your passion and your life’s purpose are valuable, so treat them with the respect that they deserve. Treat them with the same regard that you give to your clients.

Many of us are in the healing industry because we are givers and want to help. Sometimes we give and give until there is very little of us left. Then we wonder why we are exhausted, unhappy, and ill. The truth of the matter, is that healers are rarely the most important person in the room. Everyone else’s needs come first. One of the keys to a happy, healthy, and rich life, is understanding that it’s necessary to put yourself first sometimes. Loving ourselves enough to create good boundaries and giving ourselves the nurturing that we need, is a vital part of our health and wellness. It’s almost impossible for us to empower our clients to make real changes in their lives if we don’t step into our own power. You matter just as much as everyone else, so stop trying to make yourself smaller. Your passion and your life’s purpose are valuable, so treat them with the respect that they deserve. Treat them with the same regard that you give to your clients.

via Karyn Bender RPh CHHC
December 16th, 2015|0 Comments