Living Paleo Guide with video upgrade.

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Creating Room For Success In Your Paleo Lifestyle

Each and every one of us has had experiences that have caused us harm. That damage can sometimes heal quickly, and sometimes it lasts a long time. We may or may not realize that it exists, but when it affects us, it does so in profound ways.
If we have damage that we have not fully recovered from, it can often cause us to create obstacles in our own lives. We may not believe that we are worthy of having good things in our lives. We may sabotage ourselves and get in our own ways when it comes to going after the things that we want most. We may stop valuing ourselves and let others walk all over us, making it very little to gain power over our own lives.
Fortunately, this common issue is something that can be addressed. If you suspect you may have some internal healing to do, then there is no better time than the present to get started. We are all very fragile, whether we like to admit it or not, particularly when we are impressionable children. Sometimes things that happen can damage us for quite a long time and we feel powerless to stop it.
If you want to begin healing, the first step is in admitting that there is something there that needs addressed. That can be very difficult, but it is a great first step. Realize and understand that it is okay to have damage that has been unresolved, and do what is possible to make peace with that fact.
Once you have accepted that the damage exists, you can begin looking into resources that will help you heal. If you have suffered from some type of trauma or abuse for example, you can begin a healing journey by reading books that relate to your own personal experiences and speaking to others who have endured similar trials. It can also be helpful at times to speak with a therapist or counselor about your experiences so they can help you to sort through them and help you find tools that can help you to cope with the effects of your situation.
Just because we have something to heal doesn’t mean that we are intrinsically broken or that we deserve to have bad things happen to us. People with trauma also deserve a chance to thrive in this world, whether everybody else agrees with that or not. It can be very important to heal before attempting to make major changes in your life, because if you are getting in your own way, it can deepen the wounds and validate the faulty believe you may have that you are a failure, when the truth is that you simply need a chance to heal so you will get the same opportunity others have had to begin a beautiful, fulfilling life that you have power over.
There’s no reason to put it off. Start your healing journey today! You deserve great things.

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Sharing Your Paleo Lifestyle With Your Family and Friends

Going Paleo can be a huge change. When we make big changes in our lives, our first instinct is often to tell everybody about it. However, a lot of us have begun to dread that one person who seems to be pushing their lifestyle on to other people and bragging about all the great things they are doing with their lives when the rest of us are still struggling.
We don’t want to gloat. We don’t want to act like we are rubbing things in the faces of others. We don’t want to be perceived as annoying because we are passionate about something we truly care about.
So how do we do that without causing issues or having other people rolling their eyes the second we turn our backs?
It’s simple. instead of bragging about what is going well for you, simply invite them to try something that you enjoy. Speak to a friend or family member and say something along the lines of, “This recipe I tried is fantastic, I think you would really like it. I care about you and think having healthy options would really enrich my life, so I am trying a new eating style. Have you heard of the Paleo diet?”
From there, it is much more likely that your friend or family member will be receptive. You have shared something with them that you think will make them feel good. You have expressed the why of your decision rather than simply stating that your choice is right and it is working for you and it is something that everyone should try. You aren’t looking down your nose on someone who might not particularly care for the idea or acting as if you will judge someone else for their choices. You are simply inviting them to try something because it is important to you that you, and the people you care about most, take good care of yourselves.
Of course, no matter how well you present yourself and how genuine your intent may be, there is bound to be someone out there who may turn their noses up at you and assume that because you are bettering your life, you are looking down on the people around you. If you say no thank you to something someone else offers they may hold a grudge because they are bitter or jealous that they themselves do not have the same conviction to begin a healthier lifestyle. Or maybe it simply hurts their feelings and that emotion is misplaced.
That is why it is important to be as clear and direct with friends and family members as possible right away. Let them know that this is a choice you are making because you firmly believe that a healthy lifestyle is important, and you will continue to try to include them in healthy recipes and you would appreciate it if they respect the fact that your diet is now something you are not willing to compromise, even to spare their feelings. The ones who love you most will understand and rally to support you, and those are the people you need to keep in your life!

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