As a mom, unappreciative humans may surround you at all times. Some days it may feel like it is part of the job description. Is there even the slightest chance that you have created that yourself? Let’s think about that in today’s episode where I give you a little bit of tough love because feeling unappreciated is a lousy place to be.
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What You Will Learn in this Episode
- What your thoughts have to do with how appreciated you feel
- To think about who you want to show up as in the world even when your mind is confident that you are unappreciated
- Consider using Pinterest for your future-you dreams (listener suggestion)
Episode Questions for You To Consider
- Do you currently identify with not feeling appreciated?
- When you have the thought that you are unappreciated, how do you feel?
First Time Here? Try This Order of Episodes
- The Your Empty Nest Coach Podcast Trailer
- Series 1: Empty Nest Prep – starts at episode #3
- Series 2: The CEO of Your Life – starts at episode #64
- Series 3: The CEO Toolbox – starts at episode #88
Christine: You are listening to the Your Empty Nest Coach podcast, with Coach Christine, episode number 30: Christine, I Am Not Appreciated. … Appreciation. Let’s talk about it. What if you feel that your partner doesn’t appreciate you? Maybe it is a friend, or a child’s friend. Let’s be honest, it might be your child that you feel doesn’t appreciate you. What do you do when you are feeling unappreciated?
You are preparing for the empty nest ahead as your child(ren) prepares, heads off to, and experiences college.