I have what I call an "inner critic" you know that person inside of you that says "you want to do what?", "you can't do that" interestingly enough I use to listen to that person! Now I wonder why? Why can't I do that? and Yes that it is what I want to do! That doesn't mean that the inner critic is gone I just have chosen in the last year to make it my "inner critique!" I take from the experience and instead of beating myself up I ask myself "what would I change to make the experience more interesting, less stressful and the most important piece for me is how can I have fun doing it?"
If I make it into something I enjoy vs. something I HAVE to do then I am putting my heart and soul into it which makes it more interesting and challenging.
How have you changed your "inner critic into your inner critique?"
This past year has taught me what it means to be an advocate for the elderly. If we are not there to lend support and demonstrate that they have individuals watching out for them I wonder what would happen? There are some great facilities and individuals out there who are really behind what they do and then there are some that are just there to collect the money. It is up to us as caregivers and advocates to weed out which are which and to let them know that we are there to watch over, guide and protect our elders. After all that is what they have done
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Judy has become known as the coach who has a great “attitude about gratitude!”
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