Jyotsna Nitika. pergola. July 12th , 2017.
Let me give you a real life example. One of my clients in the career empowerment group is looking to derive more meaning from her work. As a family, they decided that one parent would always be home to care for the children when they made the choice to be parents; she opted to play the stay-at-home role and work part-time outside the home. During a session we discovered that she believes she does not have the capacity to be the sole bread winner, even though her husband would gladly shift roles. We are in the process of shifting that belief to open up more options for her and her family. She is an amazingly talented and more than capable of commanding equal, of not greater income, using her ideas, experiences and gifts. She is currently asking herself if this is truereally true. This entails removing judgments we've accumulated over our lifetime and seeing things through a new lens. Being open to stripping yourself of these limiting beliefs allows you to ask yourself, "who would I be without this belief?" Her new mantra is Live Up to You, so I'm feeling she's on her way!
I first heard this story several years ago and thought it a perfect analogy to the potential damage anger can have on another person.
When we talk about the design of a garden arbor or pergola, we're talking about the material as much as anything. The type of material used in making the structure will have a big impact on the look and use of the end product. There are three primary materials used for garden arbors and pergolas: wood, metal, and plastic. All three materials have their pros and cons, as we will explain.
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