Being Stuck is not Good for the Environment
Lecture #2: Being Stuck is not Good for the Environment
2019 Summer Series
Are you exhausted from expending your energy supplies and are still stuck in the mud? Do you feel like a car on ice, spinning its wheels but not going anywhere, burning more and more fuel attempting to gain forward movement? Or perhaps you feel so stuck; it’s like being attached to sticky flypaper.
Everyone experiences feeling stuck from time to time, however feeling stuck can lead to more serious problems like depression. It can be everything from frustrating to extremely painful. Pain is not supposed to be a place to hang out; it is there only to warn us that something is wrong. How we become stuck is one half of the issue and the other half is negotiating our way out of being stuck. Becoming unstuck happens with a little awareness and a modicum of work.
If you feel stuck, get stuck a lot, or want to help others get unstuck, then it is time to find your way to my mini-workshop. Be prepared to examine how your perception, critical thinking, compassion, habits, shame, expectations, disappointment, and trust, all play a role in being stuck.
If you relate to being stuck and/or you resonate with the words on this page then I look forward to seeing you at my Summer Series talk.
Event Date and Time:
Wednesday, July 10, 7 pm – 9:45 pm
Gord Riddell, Co-founder and President of Transformational Arts, Registered Psychotherapist, and a talk show host on VoiceAmerica – His show entitled “Things Worth Considering”. A popular lecturer, Gord brings humour to lighten even the most difficult of subjects.