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Once your car gets broken, you get it fixed. In most cases you then get back a car that works perfectly again. Good mechanics don´t usually fix things which are not broken. And that´s true for you as well – you think many times. You are only fixing what is broken.
In reality, however, it often happens that you convince yourself that your problem at work or in a relationship is this or that. And you analyze and analyze. Then you come to a conclusion and, surprise surprise, it´s here again. In different colour. The same problem in another job, with another partner, with another family member or friend. You know the situation – it keeps coming back, returning. As if you were carrying the same problem with you all the time.
And you are thinking to yourself – I have been solving this so many times!
But – you haven´t actually solved it. In the heat of the moment or with good intention to help yourself, you didn´t realize one thing. And that is – you haven´t found out what the real problem is. So, at the end of the day, even if you have been trying very hard and „fixing“ problems like mad, you haven´t actually solved anything.
Why is that? Think of the broken car. A broken car that was in a good service. Were you actually really fixing what was broken? And haven´t you actually broken what was actually working?
It´s really important to find the real cause of problems. If you don´t know how, I will be happy to help you as your personal coach.