Simply put, decluttering is the process of pruning away unnecessary items. When we’re talking about mental and emotional decluttering, it means pruning away anything that makes us less effective or less happy than we could be. We usually think of decluttering as a physical process, but it is equally important when we’re talking about decluttering our minds.
Think of all the thoughts, expectations and even people that are clogging up your mental and emotional space. If not dealt with, these can sometimes become a permanent state of mind and a part of who you are. You may not even notice it anymore; maybe you’ve forgotten what it’s like to not have endless mental to-do lists. To not have worries, nags, and small things that keep getting filed and refiled for later, and later still.
Mental decluttering may not come intuitively to everyone, but we believe that it is a basic skill that is worth learning. It can re-infuse your life with the kind of positive energy that will allow you to become the person you strive to be.
Decluttering your mind is part of a larger picture of mental health and wellbeing and you are cordially invited to join us for the process.
Make room for what matters – and gain clarity, mental energy, inner peace, and peace of mind along the way.
You’re a brave guy. And a lucky one too. How do we know that? Because you survived your heart attack. And now, you’re ready to move on. Maybe you think the best way to do it is to forget it ever happened. But how far will that get you? Chances are, not very. To really move on you need to first deal with what you’ve gone through and then start re-structuring the pieces of your life. That’s a tall order even for the bravest and luckiest among us. You need – and deserve –the best tools to help get you there. We have gathered these tools for you right here, in the ‘Recovering from heart attack’ community. This is the no-nonsense place where men like you come to learn how to process what they’ve gone through and move on. It’s where they share their experiences with one another and practice the steps that support and sustain their recovery. In fact, it’s the only place where you can access all these tools within the framework of our uniquely effective approach to recovery. Just for brave, lucky guys like.
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