Have you made a list of the ways your behavior changes in a mentally stable versus mentally unstable state? This is the LAST video in the Mental Stability Series. If you missed the previous videos, Part ONE explains the exercise! Do you complete chores even when you feel less stable? Do you show up to work when you feel a little shaky?
Take a moment to pause and think about your behavior. Are there things that change when you feel less stable? Or we can look at the positive
How does your behavior toward spiritual matters change when you are most mentally stable? All of us vary from day-to-day, feeling more mentally stable some days and less mentally stable other days. In this six-part series, we’ve looked at several different behaviors and how they change when we feel more or less stable. If you haven’t caught the other videos, be sure to check them out. Video 1 explains the exercise! Today, we’re examining how our relationship with God might ch
We’re in the middle of a mental stability series. If you haven’t caught videos 1-3, be sure to go back and check them out. We have days when we feel more mentally stable and days when we feel less stable. Have you made a list of how your behaviors differ in a mentally stable state versus times you feel less stable? Today, we’re looking at our relationships. Do you invest in people or initiate intimacy when you’re mentally stable? Do you find yourself waiting on others to init
This is part THREE of a SIX-part series, so be sure to check out video one if you missed it. Grab a piece of paper, draw a line down the middle of the page and write mental stability on one side and mental instability on the other. Then, list the differences in your behavior in a stable and less stable state. Today we are going to talk about how your food and exercise habits change when you feel most mentally stable compared to when you feel less mentally stable. Perhaps you
How does your behavior change when you’re mentally stable versus when you feel less stable? This is part two in our mental stability series. If you missed video 1, be sure to check it out! Today, let’s look at hygiene. How frequently do you take showers, brush your teeth, etc? In your most mentally stable state, do you take 2-3 showers per week, or do you shower daily? When you feel less stable, does this number change? If you shower less frequently when you feel less stable,
I’m going to take you through an exercise I use in counseling to help individuals gain insight into their behavioral patterns. I’d love to work with you to help you gain mental stability and build grit. If you don’t have the time or money for therapy or coaching right now, I’m bringing the counseling skills to you here and now! This will be a six-part series, so be sure to check back for the next video! Grab a piece of paper, draw a line down the middle of the page and write
Why do we get stuck in negative cycles, repeating the same bad behavior again and again? Let’s look at the function in the dysfunction. What good comes from the negative behavior? No one makes bad choices for bad reasons. They engage in negative behavior because it makes them feel better in some way. There’s some “function” in the dysfunctional behavior. Think about a time when you did something you believe is wrong. Why did you engage in that behavior even though you knew it