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 eat healthy meals 1-2 times per day and exercise 2-3 times per week in your most mentally stable state. But when you feel less mentally stable, you may grab fast food or eat more junk and skip exercising altogether.
If you’d like to discuss your list further, we would love to set up a coaching session with you to explore the function in the dysfunction and help you gain insight to the needs that are being met through your behavior. Then, we can work to build a plan to meet those needs in healthier ways.
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Comment below, letting us know how your eating and exercise habits change when you become overwhelmed by grief, anxiety, or burnout.