We spoke about your alter ego. Let’s call him Dave or Sheila.
When you look at yourself in the mirror, or at yourself when in your birthday suit, what are your thoughts? Do you speak highly of yourself? Or point out what’s wrong? When you are about to start something new, do you talk yourself up or down?
A Lot of us are our own worst critic.
The things we say to ourselves we would NEVER say to someone else. Why is that? Why is it ok for your alter ego to talk about you that way? No wonder you can’t grow, Dave or Sheila is constantly pulling you down.
Maybe you need to materialize your ego as a person, give it a name, and talk to it, really tell them how they make you feel, and ask them that if they cannot add value, then they got to go.
Because if you cannot make yourself happy and confident, how will you accomplish what you truly want? Instead of pointing out your flaws, ask yourself the real hard questions.
That’s Therapy 101, a therapist will rarely tell you what to do, but ask you the questions that you should be asking yourself.
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