In life's evolving journey, there often comes a moment when the relentless pursuit of happiness and external validation begins to feel unfulfilling. It’s a point we hit where all that chasing after happiness and the need for others' approval just doesn't satisfy us like it used to. That's when the quest for meaning steps into the spotlight. It's like looking inward and asking, 'What really matters to me?' This shift is about digging deep, finding what you're passionate about and what aligns with your values. It might not be as flashy as chasing happiness, but it's like discovering a hidden treasure – a sense of fulfillment that stays with you for the long haul. Of course, the occasional like and comment on social media feels good, but now they're just one part of a bigger, more meaningful picture
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Not Alone Podcast
What We Talked About:
00:20 Getting comfortable with the unknown
04:40 Motherhood phases and marriage anniversary
07:50 Do you question yourself often?
10:46 Breaking free from your limiting beliefs
14:11 Logical versus intuitive decision making
15:36 Starting your emotional journey at a young age
19:14 How do you rewire your brain?
23:17 Don’t allow yourself to settle
26:39 The survivor mentality
32:21 What’s your approach to happiness?
35:32 Looking at your life in a different lens
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