Indecisiveness is like a mental tug of war. At times you can almost mentally picture the battle as you are faced with life altering decision.
When indecisiveness begins to become overwhelming and the knots in your stomach, butterflies, heartburn or anxiety begins to set in. Sometimes you find yourself in need of a listening ear and coaching. Remember that your indecisiveness is often a remnant of your life journey and that it’s completely human. Where indecisiveness becomes an issue, is when it manifests itself, sometimes seen in serious physical ailments. Re-centering yourself and finding comfort in decisions that you have made, that were positive, is a very simple way to attempt turning indecisiveness into a firm decision. Time and patience with ourselves is what we have to remember to give back to ourselves. In a world of daily choices and constant change, it’s hard at times, to focus on what is truly best for you.