Why...Insights From The Clinic #7


I have realized that a good question is really important if we want to solve important problems. The most simple question is WHY. How often do we accept 'what is' rather than question it or ask why it is that way. When you struggle with anxiety, panic, depression and stress, you rarely ask why and you certainly don't ask why not. We seem to have become used to sitting in distress rather than asking constructive questions to help us find our way out.

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