At may mga bagay na dapat ipaglaban.
Lolo: Saan ka galing Dina?
Apo: Karen po!
Lolo: Kain na Dina.
Apo: Karen nga po!
Lolo: Virgin ka pa ba Karen?
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Pinpoint Why You Feel Stuck
Get clear on where you’re stuck and why you feel this way. Do you feel stuck in your job? Why? Are you stuck in your social life or in a relationship? See how well you can identify more exactly where you are stuck and what’s happening for you in this area that you feel stuck in. See if you can explore it in a deeper way. Just this simple step can bring a lot more clarity on the situation.
Hire a Life Coach
A life coach specializes in helping you to move forward. Oftentimes when we are stuck, we have a blindspot. By definition, we can’t see our blindspot no matter how much work we do, until someone else shows it to us. A life coach is the perfect person to help you pinpoint what is keeping you stuck. You’ll get an outsider’s perspective on what you’re not seeing. A life coach is an expert on finding new ways to move your life forward.
Spend at least 15 minutes journaling about it. Write down: why you feel stuck, what opportunities are available to you to move forward, what hasn’t been working, what new ideas you might try, and so forth. Ask yourself some pointed questions. You might be surprised at what comes up.
Spend at least 10 minutes really meditating on it. Let the issue you’re feeling stuck on sit in the background of your meditation, while new ideas and new perspectives enter the foreground of your mind. Hold the sense of “stuckness” loosely in your mind (without being attached to it), and become conscious of new ways you might view the situation.