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What Makes It Important To Invest Towards Your Wellness?


- When people choose not to pay for their wellbeing, it is either due to a lack of understanding of the value of the service or due to a previous bad or immature experience with a practitioner. Ask and be encouraged to try.


- Even if our wellness was birthright, we have contributed sub-consciously to a society that does not promote well-being. Result; wellness services are mostly highly expensive and you do not know where to start. Solution; there are many practitioners like myself who offer an initial consultation that guides you to the best route forward neutrally and professionally.


- You already spend too much on your lack of wellness (social, psychological and physical) so how about investing in your wellbeing.


- If you can do it alone, what is holding you back?


- If you need help (and that is perfectly healthy and okay), what is holding you back?


- It is important that you take responsibility for your well-being.


- If you want to be well, honour up to it. All about the choices, you prioritise and if your wellness is not one of those priorities then eventually nothing else will be.


- It is important that you honour your personal autonomy and competency. If you plan well financially, you will find more space for little things that support your wellness.


- It is all linked together; we are whole beings, whatever leaks in one side will leak to the whole eventually if not dealt with in time. The time is always now even if that would mean attaining it in very little steps.


- This is not about paying for the practitioner’s qualifications, and if you are, it is normal since you are paid at your job for your qualifications to start with. It is your competency that makes your job sustainable, same with practitioners, whatever works for you, works!


- It is What makes it important to invest towards your wellbeing?


- When people choose not to pay for their wellbeing, it is either due to a lack of understanding of the value of the service or due to a previous bad or immature experience with a practitioner. Ask and be encouraged to try.


- Even if our wellness was birthright, we have contributed sub-consciously to a society that does not promote well-being. Result; wellness services are mostly highly expensive and you do not know where to start. Solution; there are many practitioners like myself who offer an initial consultation that guides you to the best route forward neutrally and professionally.


- You already spend too much on your lack of wellness (social, psychological and physical) so how about investing in your wellbeing.


- If you can do it alone, what is holding you back?


- If you need help (and that is perfectly healthy and okay), what is holding you back?


- It is important that you take responsibility for your well-being.


- If you want to be well, honour up to it. All about the choices, you prioritise and if your wellness is not one of those priorities then eventually nothing else will be.


- It is important that you honour your personal autonomy and competency. If you plan well financially, you will find more space for little things that support your wellness.


- It is all linked together; we are whole beings, whatever leaks in one side will leak to the whole eventually if not dealt with in time. The time is always now even if that would mean attaining it in very little steps.


- This is not about paying for the practitioner’s qualifications, and if you are, it is normal since you are paid at your job for your qualifications to start with. It is your competency that makes your job sustainable, same with practitioners, whatever works for you, works!


- It is about creating healthy boundaries for both ends of the spectrum, yourself and your practitioner. Coming to this relationship through compassionate professionalism and the understanding that you are equal human beings delivering different roles of choice in each other’s lives.


- There are many practitioners, who offer: sliding scale fees, financial plans.


- There are practitioners who refer each other’s services with special codes.


- In addition, if you research thoroughly there is a variety of free wellness services offered as part of national healthcare systems or funded as with charities and non-governmental organisations.


- Everyone’s journey is different.


- By all means think twice by trying a wellness service (whether it be therapy, coaching, yoga, nutrition…etc.).


- Different practitioners offer different strategies and qualifications, to navigate through your wellness and what is optimal for you. about creating healthy boundaries for both ends of the spectrum, yourself and your practitioner. Coming to this relationship through compassionate professionalism and the understanding that you are equal human beings delivering different roles of choice in each other’s lives.


- There are many practitioners, who offer: sliding scale fees, financial plans.


- There are practitioners who refer each other’s services with special codes.


- In addition, if you research thoroughly there is a variety of free wellness services offered as part of national healthcare systems or funded as with charities and non-governmental organisations.


- Everyone’s journey is different.


- By all means think twice by trying a wellness service (whether it be therapy, coaching, yoga, nutrition…etc.).


- Different practitioners offer different strategies and qualifications, to navigate through your wellness and what is optimal for you.

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