Dr. Kashey discusses how to break the vicious cycle of creating a problem for every solution. There are two types of problems: practical and thinking. They can reinforce each other and lead us down the slippery slope of self-sabotage. For example: a person thinking they are a failure (thinking) because they messed up on their diet (practical). We should put aside the rigid demands we have for ourselves, and instead adopt flexible preferences. This will help us create constructive, rational solutions to both types, and stop the vicious cycle of creating a problem for every solution.
Listen to Ep 89. ‘When there’s that person with a problem for every solution…’ Now.
Hosted by Dr. Trevor Kashey