You have a Low Level of Toxic Thoughts

I lived many decades of my life trying desperately to control other people and situations. In classic control freak fashion, I would justify all of my actions (and reactions) by saying things like, “I’m just trying to protect you,” and “I’m not angry, I’m passionate.” I was the type who couldn’t take criticism and blamed others for my misfortune.

And I’ll admit that while I am very happy I am no longer that person, I still get tempted to control sometimes. So I was relieved to discover that there is one area where I was still allowed to let my control freak flag fly.

In fact, this is one thing we should all be obsessive about controlling—your thoughts.

That’s right, I want you to apply all of your well-honed controlling muscles on taming your mind.

Romans 12:2 and Ephesians 4:23 reminds us that we are to renew our thoughts daily. That means we need to be in control of what we’re thinking because if aren’t, the same toxic thoughts will be controlling our life.

 Read my Latest Post: 4 Steps to Take Control of Your Toxic Thoughts

Are you ready to take the next step in overcoming your toxic thoughts? 

Join me for a special all online group coaching opportunity.

Together over 4 weeks, we will…
  • Identify the 3 types of negative thoughts and how they impact you
  • How to evaluate the conversations in your head
  • The right questions to ask to stop the out of control thought spiral that keeps you up at night and from living your life on purpose
  • How to quiet the chaos in your mind.
  • Learn to avoid the traps of anxiety and depression
  • And finally, take control of your thoughts and put them to positive and good use in your life.