Of course I know the answer to this question is a resounding "YES!", but if you are not mentally behind yourself then you can get in the way of achieving what you are capable of.
We recently started school and working with my young daughter, a bright girl through and through, we already have hit some brick walls. She has done this years previous when it comes to answering questions, questions I know and she knows but the act of verbalizing them inevitably leads to her resisting the action, trying to get out of having to do it, and sometimes frustration. Here is what I told her:
She completely ignored the fact she was asked to acknowledge she did something wrong.
Adults do this too.
We expect more from adults, but honestly some coping mechanisms never mature and it is
ALWAYS easier to run away from a challenge, from a problem, than it is to face it.
Tell me, what about you? Are you capable to face your challenges?
To address them and conquer them regardless of how strenuous the process is?
You can seek to get fit, seek to increase your health and then stop coming to the gym when it gets hard, or you can push through face it head on and finally get it behind you so you can move forward.
I would love to help you on your journey.
Share what your biggest challenge is, let's meet up and start working at it together.
Reach out to me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Kerry M. Davis LMT, CIMT, SFG