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 a way we would never do to someone else. Why? What is the rationale? Do we stop and observe and reflect recognizing the absurdity? Usually not. It is just habit that perpetuates itself. Habits have causes. Causes can be overturned, if we genuinely want to. Let’s start overturning this destructive habit of self-flagellation. Recognize it, see the absurdity, and even chuckle. Then show this totally undeserved behavior the back door.
In our everyday life we have the strong habit to notice and judge others based on differences. It may be gender, age, skin color, ethnicity, country of origin, language and accent, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, […]
Be kind to yourself. You deserve it. Loving others starts at home. So love yourself. Be gentle with yourself. Give yourself a break. Give yourself some slack. Be grating ourselves for not being good enough […]