You can’t get a damn thing done, and you’ll probably do some bad things instead, if you don’t defuse your inner Hulk.
My world was made up of anger, stress and fear, for most of my life, including the first couple of years that I began NSA.
I had lots of baggage to deal with
Prior to developing my own system for wellness, my stress was choking the life from me. Pummeling me. Crushing me.
Shattering all that I was, until nothing remained but a hollow, windy, dusty shell of what was once a human being.
Packed with fear.
Unable to do anything about any of it.
But, like I said, I found a way out of the truly hairy portions of that show and became well enough to dare think of myself as sane, once again.
But that was only half the battle.
I’d taken on new responsibilities that were adding never before seen types of stress to my newborn wellness.
I wasn’t worried about becoming bipolar again but I wasn’t getting much further down the road beyond sanity maintenance.
Glad to have it but I craved a rosier lifestyle than just that.
Enter Network Spinal Analysis
This was a “next level” growth area for me that took all I’d learned on my own – all the stuff I’d used to successfully beat bipolar without meds – and made it start to mean something much bigger than I’d ever assumed was possible.
NSA gave me what I needed to climb the next higher mountain.
I got stronger in all my dealings.
I adjusted to becoming a stepfather. Got my son back. Got my wife back. Reshaped my marriage. Found a healthier way to work on all of this and still be a family man. Bled off my remaining rage, while increasing my personal sense of strength and wellness.
And aimed all of it into what you’re reading now.
What might NSA do for you as you rewrite your script?