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Find satisfaction and meaning in at least some activities

Here’s another way to look at normality. The following are common situations people face. After each situation, I’ll suggest whether yoga or yoga poses is called for. Use these “if-then” scenarios to evaluate if yoga poses or yoga would be better for you:

If-Then Scenarios

If I believe a lot of what I do for a living isn’t particularly meaningful, then I need to see a coach.

If I sit in my room all day and have trouble even making a phone call, let alone holding a job or going out with friends, then I need to see a therapist.

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If I haven’t had a date in more than a year and am unable to form a romantic relationship, then I need to see a coach.

If I can’t go to the store without having a panic attack, then I need to see a therapist or a psychiatrist.

If I have adopted a series of ritual behaviors such as washing my hands fifty times a day or checking locks obsessively that prevent me from enjoying even routine activities, then I need to see a therapist or a psychiatrist.

If I am neurotic about catching certain diseases and am often anxious when facing stressful situations, then I need to see a therapist.

If I believe everyone is out to get me and suspect people are spying on me, then I need to see a therapist or a psychiatrist.

If I find myself struggling to find a sense of purpose, t hen I need to see a coach.

If I find myself hurting myself in some way or have suicidal thoughts, then I need to see a therapist.

If I’m pessimistic about my chances for meaningful relationships and convinced that I’m never going to be successful in my career, then I need to see a coach.

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