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It’s Monday morning.

If you are like me, you spent four or more days in another world.

The world of the Thanksgiving holiday.

Cooking, baking, traveling, shopping, decorating, being with family and friends.

Now Monday has arrived, and you may feel like your routine has become foreign.

You may be feeling a little bit of the post-holiday funk.

It may seem like this is caused by what you ate, drank or what someone said or did.

It’s not.

It’s those pesky thoughts about what you ate, drank or what someone said or did that cause the funk.

So, let’s unfunk the funk in your brain.

Ask yourself:

What is it that you believe is causing your funk? What happened?

What thought does this trigger for you?

What do you feel when you think that thought?

How do you act when you feel that way?

What is the result of this action?

Is this the result you want?

If not:

What is a thought you could choose to think about what happened that will have you feeling better?

How do you feel when you think that thought?

How would you act if you felt that way?

What result would you get if you took that action?

Today practice thinking, feeling, acting that way.

For some people the funk happens more often than not.

If you would like help getting out of and staying out of the funk, just click Schedule My Mini Session Now