Why Feel Good? Feel Bad?

iT mAtTeRs!

I'VE OFTEN JOKED with my good friend Neil that if I'd endured one more year of my needs being out of balance, I probably wouldn't have survived long enough to be working on this project. I was severely bullied as a child and teenager with no one to turn to for help. One of those bullies is currently serving life in prison after being found guilty of first-degree murder. I lost a full scholarship because I fell in love and quit school to pursue the wrong kind of gal for me. I've ruined my credit twice, been on food stamps twice, and all before the age of thirty. Of course then there's that whole Benzo ordeal if you read mY sTorY. So what was at the root of my struggles? I had no idea how to meet my needs in healthy ways. Can unmet human needs lead to catastrophic consequences if left unchecked for too long?

MYSELF. LOVE. & GROWTH.

“It's not about what works for everyone else.

It's about what works for you. Your Unique Needs - Your Honest Emotions - Your Lasting Results. Only you are you and that is a wonderful thing.”

Feel Good? Feel Bad? it matters!

Backed by Science

Feel Good Feel Bad is based on psychologist Abraham Maslow's hierarchy of human needs as well as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. CBT is a form of psychological treatment that has been demonstrated to be effective for a range of problems including time and task management, ADHD, depression, anxiety disorders, addiction problems, marital issues, eating disorders, mental illness and more. Through CBT we learn that our thoughts affect our emotions and our emotions affect our behaviors. In other words, in order to overcome our adversities and achieve lasting and enjoyable routines we need to recognize that capable emotional space between our unique needs and our desired behaviors.

YOUR NEEDS - Your HONESTY - YOUR STORY

Designed for Your Success

Are you ready to embark on an incredible journey of self-discovery? By prioritizing your needs for Myself, Love, and Growth, you can begin to transform the negativity, bad habits, and poor routines that may be holding you back. You owe it to yourself to take care of your unique needs by creating a structure where you can consistently thrive. By prioritizing yourself, connections, and growth, you will improve your relationships, passions, and overall daily life. It won’t always be easy but with a little persistence and patience you can achieve the balance, fulfillment, and lasting changes you deserve. My hope is that you begin this journey with a curious heart and embrace the boundless possibilities of your life like never before. Prepare to engage with your needs, truth, and your unique story. Let’s do this!

- Grady Pope Creator Feel Good? Feel Bad?

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