There are many times when one situation in your life feels like it is going to break you. But sometimes, we ignore the every day small moments where we neglect ourselves or ignore the internal nagging that something doesn't feel quite right. Sometimes our drive for perfection or being the best at everything is what is chipping away at our mental health until we reach that breaking point.
In this episode, I am speaking with Has Al-Hasani. Has noticed that the things that brought him pride previously were no longer making him happy. He continued to "do well" in life but felt disconnected with the notion that playing ruby, drinking beer and driving the perfect car made him a "successful man". He wanted connection so he looked internally to find it and discovered the power of change though men's works.
I invite you to join our conversation as Has and I discuss:
Share how YOU overcame a situation
It's OK to be Imperfect by Bianca Hughes, LPC
Perfectionism, Being Your Authentic Self + Accepting The Uncontrollable with Bianca Hughes
How to Handle Pressure in Life And Use It to Your Benefit
Research: How Women and Men View Competition Differently
Men And Emotions: The Importance Of Becoming Vulnerable
Why So Many Men Struggle with Their Emotions
How Therapy Can Help Men Manage Their Mental Health
Harnessing the Power of Mindset with Michelle Wolfe
Where can you find Has?
This podcast is hosted by Bianca Kesha Hughes. Known for authenticity and heart-work services, Bianca is the ultimate trailblazer in the mental health and wellness field as a therapist, coach, speaker, and podcast host, inspiring her audience to let go of the illusion of perfectionism. Ready to learn more? Contact her here!
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