Elisabeth Järviö

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How did this being define themselves according to them twisting and turning their memories in their minds?  How did this affect their interactions and relationships with the people around them?  How did this being develop anxiety around other people because of the way they overanalyzed memories of past events?  How can you support yourself to identify where and why you are overanalyzing your memories?

How did this being define themselves according to them twisting and turning their memories in their minds? How did this affect their interactions and relationships with the people around them? How did this being develop anxiety around other people because of the way they overanalyzed memories of past events? How can you support yourself to identify where and why you are overanalyzing your memories?

Why do you think that you are the cause when someone else is in a mood or says something nasty?  How does the design of trying to keep track of your interactions with this person in order to establish if you actually are the "problem" or not, work?  How can you support yourself to develop a better communication so that you can simply ask the person what is going on in their life, instead of taking it personally?

Why do you think that you are the cause when someone else is in a mood or says something nasty? How does the design of trying to keep track of your interactions with this person in order to establish if you actually are the "problem" or not, work? How can you support yourself to develop a better communication so that you can simply ask the person what is going on in their life, instead of taking it personally?

*This video focuses on the 2 specific examples of money stress and relationships.*  How do you get to the point of not wanting to face the reality of your position (financial or in your relationship)?  What signs can you look out for to show you that you are not facing reality?  How can you support yourself to see yourself and your position clearly so that you can make practical choices for how to move forward with your life?

*This video focuses on the 2 specific examples of money stress and relationships.* How do you get to the point of not wanting to face the reality of your position (financial or in your relationship)? What signs can you look out for to show you that you are not facing reality? How can you support yourself to see yourself and your position clearly so that you can make practical choices for how to move forward with your life?

How did this being invest their emotions and feelings into projections of the future of their relationship?  What were the consequences of doing this?  What happened when reality did not allow for them to indulge in creating these projections they had with their partner?  What suggestion does this being impart on how you perceive the future?

In this world the fantasy of creating your dream life is out of reach for most - how can you support yourself to stop feeling disempowered and disillusioned and focus on what it is you CAN do in your life?

In this world the fantasy of creating your dream life is out of reach for most - how can you support yourself to stop feeling disempowered and disillusioned and focus on what it is you CAN do in your life?  Find this video on [YouTube!](https://youtu.be/kas81gDWXII)

In this world the fantasy of creating your dream life is out of reach for most - how can you support yourself to stop feeling disempowered and disillusioned and focus on what it is you CAN do in your life?

How did this being get to a point of self acceptance despite being born with a physical deformity?  How did they come to recognise that the experience of not accepting themselves exists in most people?  What kind of experiences did they have to overcome in order to reach a point of self acceptance?  How can you support yourself in your path to self acceptance?

How did this being get to a point of self acceptance despite being born with a physical deformity? How did they come to recognise that the experience of not accepting themselves exists in most people? What kind of experiences did they have to overcome in order to reach a point of self acceptance? How can you support yourself in your path to self acceptance?

What contributed to this being not letting go of their anger and resentment of others and moving to a point of forgiveness and understanding?  What overruled their desire to forgive and move on?  How can you support yourself to move through the point that is keeping you from forgiving?

What contributed to this being not letting go of their anger and resentment of others and moving to a point of forgiveness and understanding? What overruled their desire to forgive and move on? How can you support yourself to move through the point that is keeping you from forgiving?

How did this being enjoy being alone and mostly observing the behaviours of others?  How did their introversion and minimalistic responses lead to them being misunderstood in life?  How did this being come to adjust their behaviour and communication to prevent other people misunderstanding them?

How did this being enjoy being alone and mostly observing the behaviours of others? How did their introversion and minimalistic responses lead to them being misunderstood in life? How did this being come to adjust their behaviour and communication to prevent other people misunderstanding them?

How do small moments of conflict towards someone build up into big emotional reactions to them?  What contributes to creating this emotional reaction?  How might you try to "deal with" this experience of conflict that ends up actually doing more harm than good?  How can you support yourself to move through the conflict and establish clear communication with someone?

Moments of Conflict

*This is the second part to [this video.](https://eqafe.com/p/misunderstood-life-review)*  Why may it be better to be a little different than everyone else?  What does this being have to share about living within stability as opposed to riding the highs and lows of energetic reactions?  How can you change the way you perceive others who may not express themselves the way you think they should?

*This is the second part to [this video.](https://eqafe.com/p/misunderstood-life-review)* Why may it be better to be a little different than everyone else? What does this being have to share about living within stability as opposed to riding the highs and lows of energetic reactions? How can you change the way you perceive others who may not express themselves the way you think they should?

What causes your mind to spiral out into imagining an endless loop of worst case scenarios?  Why will you not be able to look at or assess anything clearly if you are experiencing an emotional reaction?  What do all these what If's tell you about yourself?  How can you support yourself to stabilise yourself when your mind goes into the "what if" loop?

What causes your mind to spiral out into imagining an endless loop of worst case scenarios? Why will you not be able to look at or assess anything clearly if you are experiencing an emotional reaction? What do all these what If's tell you about yourself? How can you support yourself to stabilise yourself when your mind goes into the "what if" loop?

How does rushing, or doing things within an experience of stress, affect your ability to actually move yourself effectively?  How does your mind interpret time, and how does this influence your experiences of feeling rushed?  What can you do to support yourself to let go of your anxiety and stress?  What is important to remember within time management?

How does rushing, or doing things within an experience of stress, affect your ability to actually move yourself effectively? How does your mind interpret time, and how does this influence your experiences of feeling rushed? What can you do to support yourself to let go of your anxiety and stress? What is important to remember within time management?