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.
Doubt and guilt eat away at us like a cancer
Doubt and guilt eat away at us like a cancer. Of course, sometimes doubt can lead to discovery, but too much paralyzes us. Guilt has no redeeming qualities. Both disrupt our peace of mind and […]
We tend to judge ourselves and compare ourselves with others
We tend to judge ourselves and compare ourselves with others. Sometimes we feel we are not as good as others. At other times we feel better than others. This is all the tricky mischievous ego. […]
Habits have causes
We tend to be our worst enemy. We can find fault with the itsy-bitsy teeny-weeny whiff of a potential mistake. With this itsy-bitsy teeny-weeny whiff of a mistake we come down heavy on ourself in […]