Ep. 31 Clean and Dirty Pain

Pain is inevitable in life. We keep trying to avoid it but it doesn’t work. 
In this episode, we sift through clean and dirty pain so you can see what pain is worth dealing with and what part is unnecessary. The good news is that the unnecessary pain is created by us so we can stop generating it. 
Clean Pain is constructive and necessary and moves you through an experience. It makes sense and we don’t need to fear it. 
Dirty pain is pain that you superimpose on top of the clean pain and it includes stories of shame and blame about you as a person. We get stuck in this pain and it doesn’t move us through the experience like clean pain does. It keeps us stuck and spinning and is of no real use. 
Under the dirty pain is the clean pain we should process. 
I outline how to process the clean pain, or in other words, what to do about it.



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I'm Amber haider

As an amateur ballroom dancer myself, I understand the issues that come up for dancers, the pressures of competing, and the desire to make the most of my ballroom experience. I also really like to WIN! As a Life Coach by vocation, I have the tools to cut through the mental garbage that is holding you back so that you can maximize your potential. Using my own tools, I have been able to skyrocket my own skills, learn faster, lessen the pressure, win more and have tons more fun. I can show you the way. Here’s a couple tools to get you started:

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