You take something on with the best of intentions.
You think carefully about everything you do.
You always try your best and are thoughtful of the people involved.
You even go above and beyond.
You put in so much time deliberating, working and trying to consider everyone’s point of view.
But it never seems to turn out like you thought it would.
So often, no one appreciates or acknowledges the things you do.
In some cases, people even get angry and disagree with you when you were only trying to do the right thing.
This is very hard for you.
You end up feeling the need to defend and explain yourself.
You don’t understand why they can’t see everything you have done to help.
You can’t get it out of your head.
Why don’t they get it?
It keeps you up at night.
You feel angry.
You feel embarrassed.
You feel put upon.
You want to speak up, but you are wary of confrontation.
Or you gather the nerve to speak up and that ends in a huge fight that burns bridges, relationships and things that you cared about.
You’ve tried both and feel like all you do is lose.
The build up of these situations leaves you feeling like you want to curl up into a ball.
Why does this always happen?
You mean well. You know you are a good person and that your intent was pure.
Why the heck does it always end up feeling so terrible??
It makes you never want to offer to do anything ever again.
Dramatic, but that’s how you end up feeling.
What needs to change so that your efforts land the way that you want them to?
How can you put yourself in a position where you have given in a way that feels good AND that it has been accepted and appreciated by others?
It can be done. But it takes a larger perspective and a new approach.
I can help.
If this is you and you are done once and for all with feeling so frustrated and alone, hit contact in the upper right hand corner of this page to schedule a complimentary call with me.
There is another way. Let me show you how a few shifts can make all the difference.
In order to change your life, you must first change your mind.