Oscillating between low self-esteem and over self-esteem we ride the waves of life. Finding the balance and center helps even out the ups and downs; a breath of fresh air — calm and peace. When guilt rears it’s ugly head, don’t run away from it. Firmly inform it that it is no longer needed. It is no longer functional. In fact it has become dysfunctional. Because it has become a habit, often from childhood, it keeps coming back. So seize the moment and resist. Take control. Tell guilt it no longer has a home here.
In the last post I discussed boosting low self-confidence. It is important not to overshoot and become arrogant. Therefore, ‘healthy self-confidence’ is our goal. Healthy self-confidence is putting no one down, not myself and not […]
Feelings of guilt are destructive as we discussed in the last post. But how do we get rid of guilt? We recognize guilt as an old habit, often from childhood. So, this will take time […]