Our goal this month on Studio 5 is to help you “Live without Pretending.” We’re giving you a chance to put that theme into practice, starting with the conversations you have every day. Therapist Julie Hanks says it’s time to stop pretending you’re fine, when you’re not.
When someone asks, “How are you?”, do you automatically say, “I’m fine”? If so, you’re not alone. “Fine” seems to be the default answer for many of us. Sometimes we’re not fine but we feel like we should be fine. Here are some ways to stop pretending you’re find and become more authentic.
I love the new February Studio 5 theme is “Live Without Pretending”! We’re challenging women throughout Utah to “get real” about what’s really going on for them and share more of their authentic selves.
While the bible says to “Be ye therefore perfect”, it doesn’t mean to be externally flawless. It means whole, ripe, complete. Perfectionism is about trying to earn love through performance, it’s about being ready and whole in this very moment.
Shame researcher Brene Brown, PhD says that “Healthy striving is self-focused. How can I improve? Perfectionism is other focused. What will others think?”
Join in the Studio 5 Instagram Feb challenge by posting your real-life photos using #livewithoutpretending (I’m Julie_Hanks on Instagram)
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