You’re not sure.
Whether to stay in your marriage, to stay in your job, rebuild that connection in your family, or to finally lose weight after so many failed attempts.
Sure, you can quit. That would be fine.
Get a divorce.
Find a new job.
Put up walls with your family and call them all crazy.
Just eat whatever the heck you want.
But before you quit …
I’d love to see you commit to the best case scenario.
You’re so worried that if you commit, maybe it still won’t work out.
But that’s not committing to the best case scenario. That’s dress rehearsing tragedy.
Instead commit to the best case scenario.
Commit to your marriage from a growth mindset.
When things don’t work, circle back with the intention of committing to your marriage and creating one filled with love and belonging.
Before you quit your job, commit to the job you have right now.
What is it you want and what do you currently have? Do your best right now, regardless of others at your work. Notice what you love about your job. Notice what you’re good at … and keep doing it. Focus and commit to your strengths and NOT to the toxicity of your workplace culture.
For your family. What is your intention, connection?
Do all of you puff up and gladiate on each other? But when you all feel safe you can connect? Focus on connecting with each other, always with appropriate boundaries.
Commit to losing weight and being at your natural weight.
Notice what you believe about your ability to lose weight. Clean up your thinking (Ha! You thought I was going to say “eating”) and start believing you can lose weight as you learn what foods fuel your body, and what foods make your body tired.
Keep your focus on committing to the best case scenario, before you allow yourself to quit. You might just blow your mind at what you create from this place.