Believe it or not, stuckness is a word!
The state or fact of being unable to move or progress; the feeling of being stuck.
In the past there have been various people who have felt stuck in life – people like Albert Einstein and Walt Disney. So, if you’re stuck in any way, shape or form … you’re in good company!
So, how many ways are there of being stuck?
– stuck in life
– stuck in a relationship
– stuck in grief
– stuck in the mud
– stuck on a fairground ride
– stuck on an exam question
– stuck in a job
– stuck between a rock and a hard place! …. to list just a few.
I was amazed to come across varying websites of life coaching: ‘7 ways to stop feeling stuck’ and ‘You are not stuck!’ Also, ‘8 ways to gain momentum’. As well as Amy Scher’s 10 stuck emotions
It appears a lot of psychologists and therapists have a lot to say about stuckness!
Love this version, blog and interpretation depicting dear old Pooh Bear by Dr Ken Baker Stuckness
Oh, help!” said Pooh. “I’d better go back.”
“Oh, bother!” said Pooh. “I shall have to go on.”
“I can’t do either!” said Pooh. “Oh, help and bother!”
Stuckness is a fact of life. From time to time we all find ourselves in a situation where going forwards or backwards both seem impossible.
FACT! Solution? Care to share …
Care to share your thoughts and experiences?
Thanks for reading! Suz
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