Day 14: Overcoming A Victim Mentality 30 Day HuntFIT™ Fitness Transformation Challenge
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Day 14: HuntFIT™ 30 Day Fitness Transformation Challenge
Day 14 Challenge: Overcoming A Victim Mentality
Tip: Overcoming a victim mindset is a necessary step to improving your overall mental health. Allowing yourself to take an honest account of the things you are responsible for, and taking accountability for past mistakes will help you overcome a victim mentality. Overcoming a victim mentality is not always easy, but if you can learn to do it, it will transform your life to a place of peace and tranquility.
Here are a few tips to get you on the right path to overcoming a victim mentality:
1. Take an honest account of your life, and and what led you to your current state. Accepting responsibility for your part in past mistakes will begin to transform your mind from a place of victimhood, to a place of victory.
2. Own your mistakes. Few things stifle forward progress faster than a persons failure to accept responsibility or ownership of their own mistakes. If you make a mistake, own it, learn from it, and use it as fuel to drive you to the place you are looking to be.
3. Be forgiving. Learning to forgive those who have offended you, or hurt you is necessary if you want to shed the victim mindset. Whether they ask you or not for your forgiveness, whether they "deserve" your forgiveness or not, forgiveness releases you from the bondage that comes along with unforgiveness.
4. Learn to forgive yourself. It's one thing to take ownership, but to constantly keep blaming yourself for the same thing over and over again not only holds you captive to a victim mindset, but also hinders your ability to move forward to the place of peace and tranquility you long for.
5. Develop an attitude of gratitude. When you can truly be thankful and appreciate all the little things in your life that ARE going right, you begin to develop an attitude of gratitude. Having an attitude of gratitude will increase your positivity and overall mental health.
6. Let go of the past. Living in the past holds you captive to the things of the past. Let it go! Letting go of the past is necessary if you want to shed the victim mentality.
7. Focus on things that are pure, clean and lovely. Think about things that bring peace and energy to your life. Actively resist and practice resisting negative thoughts with good clean thoughts.
8. Be kind to every person you meet. We are all just people on a journey. Some people are at different phases of the journey than others, but keeping it kind and going out of your way to be kind to others is not only the right thing to do, but its also a great way to build community, one personal interaction at a time. Being kind produces a profound sense of fulfillment and increases the ability to focus on the positive, and overcoming a victim mindset.
Don't be too hard on yourself. No one is perfect. If you fail while on the path to your fitness goal, try again tomorrow.
Day 14: Food examples
Keto Cereal and 1 carb coconut milk
1 Low Carb Protein Shake
Lettuce wrapped bacon cheeseburger
2Good Yogurt with whipped cream
WATER WATER WATER
1 Coke Zero
Veggies with ranch dip
2 Atkins Peanut butter cups
At this point in the challenge you should be thinking about what exercises you want include in your own workouts and get in at least 30-60 mins of continuous physical exercise every day.
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