The S.T.U.C.K. Method

Five Simple Steps to Emotional Well-Being

Stuck on Sharing YOUR Experiences!

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The original intent of this blog was to apply the principles of mindfulness to my life’s emotionally challenging experiences and process them via writing.

I have to admit.  I never meant for this blog to benefit others (in a direct or indirect way).

But it has.

The blog has gained an audience of people who, I believe, found themselves identifying with my “stuck on…” experiences.

And, enjoy learning how I get through them.

In fact, over the past few months, many people have even shared with me their own personal “stuck on …” experiences and expressed how this blog encouraged or inspired them to get through them.

Today, a friend of mine shared her potentially emotionally challenging experience that she got through quite gracefully and proudly with only a moment of “stuck on…”.

I responded, “That would have been a great post!”

She agreed.

Which made me wonder: Why don’t I request the readers of my blog to share their stories with me?

And, in turn, I would post it for others to read, respond to, and benefit from.

Because in the end, it’s appearing to me that this is what this blog was meant to be after all:

A light for all to benefit from.

sharing experiences

So, please consider (friend from today and all others!), the next time you find yourself “stuck on something” and find yourself using mindfulness principles to get through it, consider sharing it with me (shiragura6@gmail.com) so that I can share it with others.  (I will be sure to check in with you whether I have your permission to reference your name or if you wish to remain anonymous.)

Thank you!

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Author: Shira Taylor Gura

Well-Being Coach, Podcast Host, Author of the award winning book, Getting unSTUCK: 5 Simple Steps to Emotional Well-Being.

3 thoughts on “Stuck on Sharing YOUR Experiences!

  1. What a great idea

  2. Thanks, Arlene. If you ever feel compelled to share a story with me, I’d be happy to hear it.

  3. Shir

    GREAT IDEA.

    You may become the next “Dear Abby”

    Love

    Dad

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