What You Can Do…

When You Can’t Do What You Want

On a Road to Self Acceptance with Tara Massan and Seth Singleton

There are few feelings more powerful than want. Only a small number of people even know what it is that they want.

Knowing What You Want vs. Getting It

Knowing what you want can be the most empowering experience.

That is why one of the most difficult challenges we can face is when we can’t do what we want. 

Personal desires, the plan for a dream, project, or a community, are goals that are susceptible to hardship and misfortune. 

There Will Always Be Something In The Way

When an obstacle prevents you from getting what you want it can leaving you feeling helpless. 

The great challenge in these moments is when you can stop focusing on the thing or things that you can’t do and you find a way to work on what you still can do.

In this conversation with Tara Massan on our series about Self Acceptance, we discuss a process that can help determine the choices you still have when you can’t do the very things you want to do. 

This episode is part of a series on Self Acceptance with Tara Massan.

Previous episodes include:

On A Road to Self Acceptance with Tara Massan

Where to Find the Courage the Courage to Challenge Your Beliefs by Asking What Serves You

4 Types of Nonsense You Can Avoid to Cultivate an Awareness About the Dangers of Self Help

About Tara Massan: 

Tara Massan is a Yoga Teacher, Personal Trainer, and Lifestyle Coach. 

She helps chronically stressed out adults create healthier lifestyles by addressing their obstacles through her 4 Pillars of Health: Mindset-Movement-Nutrition-Rest. 

Tara is also the creator of Be Moved and has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, US Weekly and the Huffington Post. 

She has also contributed to over 20 publications with one purpose: To help others live a healthier life. 

You can connect with Tara by visiting her website http://www.taramassan.com or emailing her at tara@taramassan.com 

About the Storyteller

Freelance Writer
Storytellers tell stories

Seth Singleton believes in a common thread that connects us all. In the end, everyone has a story to tell.  

Tell yours with a Storyteller. Email sethsingleton@gmail.com about a writing or podcast project.

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