The more I learn about how negative self-talk can destroy your confidence, relationships, and overall life, the more I work to create resources to help you learn how to step back and reevaluate what’s really going on.
Not sure what I’m talking about?
Internally say “hello” to yourself.
Heard it? That’s your self-talk, your ego, or as Michael Singer refers to it in “The Untethered Soul”, your roommate.
The negative self-talk that chatters away in our heads all day and night can trick you into making poor decisions that are fueled by emotions, saying or doing things you don’t want to do, and that voice… is really mean! Have you ever listened? When I started paying attention to how badly I was beating myself up in my head, I knew I had to figure out a way to break up with this crazy inner roommate before I allowed her to continue to influence my thoughts and feelings negatively.
Next time you’re feeling off or upset and you aren’t sure why or what you need, take a look at this handy little guide to remind you of your inherent goodness. (That means you can’t separate from the fact that you were made good, it’s a birthright kinda thing, so claim it.) My intention is to teach you how to make yourself feel better and stronger – all.by.yourself. Because you’re that strong. And brave. And loved.
Let me know what smack your roommate is talkin’, how you’re tuning out the noise, and how you like this guide:
Fun fact: making stuff for you is one of my favorite things to do.
All my love,