Self-Sabotage... we all do it. If you aren’t happy with your life, you are self-sabotaging. Are you making the money you want? Are your relationships what you desire them to be? Is your health where you want it? If not, you are sabotaging yourself. Pat Pearson, M.S.S.W. author, and psychotherapist has found what you create in life is largely determined by what you think you deserve. This podcast focuses on the psychology of stopping self-sabotage and truly creating the life you want and deserve! How much do you think you are self-sabotaging? Take our quiz.If you want a deeper dive into self-sabotage, get Pat's book, Stop Self-Sabotage. Follow Stop Self-Sabotage on social media: Facebook Twitter Instagram
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I wish they would slow the pace so I could absorb more. They talk so fast about deep stuff… it’s almost like they’re reading. I’m looking for more in depth understanding. Maybe split the episodes into 2 or even 3 part series? Cuz it feels like they’re trying to squeeze one subject content into one podcast… it’s too much. I constantly find myself rewinding cuz I’m still thinking about the last thing said but they’re off to the next bullet point. It may work if you already have a deep understandin... more
Rising above adversity, as illustrated by Jackie Pflug’s personal story and Pat Pearson’s insightful commentary, is a life lesson for us all. Well done!
Wow! I feel empowered like I can achieve anything!
Great advice and awesome insight!
Just listened to this wonderful podcast with the amazing Pat Pearson and Marcia. So inspired to dream more and dream bigger. Just what I needed coming out of covid. Thank you for your words of wisdom. 😃
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