How can you be calm, confident, and engaged with your mission when not everyone is going to give you a thumbs up? Social resiliency is about knowing that you can be “out there” — visible, sharing, being your authentic self — and be surprisingly okay when not everyone is your fan. In this call on […]
(Free Video Presentation) Would you ask a 3-year-old what house to buy? Do you ask a 5-year-old who to date? If you have unresolved traumas from when you were 3- or 5-years-old, these frozen memories may have more impact on these adult decisions than you might think. You can find out what might be blocking you by watching this video…
- Afraid to know what I want
– Given up wanting
– Asked for more than what was offered
– Didn’t expect to get it
– Judged for asking
– The world’s a terrible place (or is it??!)
When we start feeling good, our fears can get in the way of enjoying contentment and self-acceptance. Especially if we haven’t had a lot of experience with basking in good feelings, we may be TERRIFIED of losing them.
- Reperception of life rather than an act of forgiveness.
– Ex was a cowardly jerk.
– Screwed up my life.
– All my fault!