Posts Tagged: self-image

Self Labeled

Last week I wrote about belief narratives and how the things that we are told sometimes, unknowingly, stick with us and alter how we see ourselves or what we can do.  There is another side to this as well, sometimes we are stuck on who we believe we are and what we believe we want… Read more »

Belief Limitations

Throughout our lives, we are told certain narratives like “strangers can be dangerous,” or “work hard and save your money to get ahead.”  Some of these are true, but sometimes the narratives are damaging.  We can internalize the things we are told, even as children, and unconsciously carry those forward. As strange as it feels… Read more »