“Over achievers’ chaos syndrome”

Do you find you are trying to juggle so so many thingsbusiness man hands show internet concept

many things are getting done poorly or not up to your usually high standard?

opportunities to connect in a meaningful way slipping through your fingers?

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You may be suffering from the over achievers chaos syndrome approach to life.

Symptoms include, but are not limited to:

Working on many projects simultaneously

Working on projects at all hours of the day or night

No time to play

Confusing and irritability

Brain fog

You don’t need to take a pill -that will only make the problem worse.

Hint:  Focus on the task at hand for 20 minutes and then change tasks.

Recognizing the chaotic, fractal nature of our world, can give us insight, power, and wisdom. Living from this new perspective even chaotic circumstances will increase the internal and external interconnectedness and calmness. With practice, you will be able to avoid reacting and respond in a conscious heart centered manner. Want to learn how to do this advanced Super Hero move?

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About mwolken

Mary Wolken, PhD. is the Director of the Healthy Living Center and is the inspiration behind Wolken Pain Relief System. Mary quickly helps you release pain and stress patterns without drugs. She was the first complementary medicine therapist on the Brain and Spinal Cord School Assessment Team for Southern, AZ USA as a rehabilitation provider. 

Mary Wolken is a highly accurate intuitive, motivational speaker and therapist. As an educator , neuro-emotional kinesiologist, homeopath, and cell researcher.
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