Learn to thrive: Continuing support for lasting change

Why we sometimes seek to revisit challenges after achieving success.

Hey there, fitness enthusiasts! Today we're going to talk about something that may surprise you. Have you ever achieved a goal and then found yourself wanting to revisit the challenges you faced? If so, you're not alone. As a therapist and coach, I've noticed this pattern in many of my clients. But why does this happen? Sometimes, achieving a goal can bring a sense of relief and freedom. You may feel lighter and more able to tackle life's challenge.

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However, this newfound freedom can also create a desire to revisit past difficulties. You may want to see if you can overcome them again and experience that same sense of ease and joy. It's important to recognize that this is a normal part of the process and not a sign of weakness. Another reason why we may want to revisit past challenges is if we've found a new life path or course that brings us joy and freedom. This can create a desire to revisit where we were before the change and see if we can navigate those challenges from a new perspective.

But how can we maintain lasting change and continue to thrive? It's important to seek out continuing support from a therapist, coach, or loved ones. This support can help you implement the changes you've made in a lasting way and provide you with new assignments to reinforce your progress. Jumping rope can be a great way to reinforce your progress in maintaining lasting change. It's a simple and effective exercise that can improve your cardiovascular health, coordination, and overall fitness. Plus, it's a fun way to switch up your workout routine!


So, remember, it's normal to want to revisit past challenges after achieving success. But with continuing support and a commitment to maintaining lasting change, you can learn to thrive and overcome any obstacle that comes your way. Keep jumping rope with your quality jump rope and keep pushing yourself to new heights!