Alon Gal advises: This is how the older listener left his parents' home
The business coach comes to Walla! Business: Every week a wave advises on areas of life that concern us all. This time: A listener who finds it difficult to keep up with the resulting work is not financially independent
Living with parents (Photo: shutterstock)
Man at his parents house (Photo: ShutterStock)
In recent years, many parents have been grappling with the fact that their 30-year-olds are still living under their roof. We often hear the voices of parents, but how do their children feel? Just for that, the listener came up with business coach Alon Gal's program on Radio 103FM and revealed the other side of the problem as he told of his many difficulties. "I am 39 years old and still live with my parents. I find it difficult to keep up with the jobs, and this affects me in every way." How can Alon Gal help him?
"I'm discouraged," the listener admitted at the opening of the conversation. "I don't work, I don't have a college degree. I've never had a serious relationship because I can't sustain myself financially. I went to many psychologists, but couldn't help myself. A few years ago a psychiatrist diagnosed me with ADHD, But then other therapists said there was probably a mistake in the diagnosis. The only thing that helps me is to go to the gym; I like to invest in myself, and even though I don't have the money to buy clothes like I used to, I maintain a proper diet and want to look good in my own eyes.More in Walla! NEWS More in Walla! NEWS
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Alon Gal listened to the listener earnestly, saying: "I am not a doctor, but a suspect from over 20 years of experience that you may have OCD combined with ADHD, and this causes you disruption in life. There is something that interferes with your functioning, and this is reflected in the problems you presented In your professional field, and in your inability to find stable relationships. You have to start thinking about how you win with yourself, rather than how you win yourself. " Later, Gal addressed the listener's affection for the fitness world, saying: "You tell me, in fact, that there is one area that, even if you wake up in the middle of the night, you will understand and know what to do, so why don't you work in your day? Miss the principle, and I understand it's not simple for you, but if you've been in the gym for a few hours why not work in it? "
With this question, Alon Gal tried to motivate the listener to move forward and get out of the box where he is, "I don't understand why you are disqualifying it? Because you do not know if you will make money? If you work for a period as a gym employee you can go ahead and become a personal trainer. One relationship that you know is going to keep you alive, and that is your relationship with the gym you visit often, and I tell you to use it - finally there is an environment that calms you down, so why not use it for your livelihood? . Alon added: "A gym does not require you to have complex communication with people, you should be independent of yourself. I would not think twice."
Gal added: "You start thinking about the future and not the past. You go to study and become a gym instructor, you start to get into the field, and to me, this is the right path for you based on what I hear from you." Will the listener decide to take his future? We want to believe it is.