Your inner voice may tell you, you’re not good enough, and that you have to work harder, do more, achieve more, be better, and that you will never get it all done, or all right.
But here’s the sneaky truth:
When you engage in negative self-talk or self-defeating thoughts, it not only can be exhausting but actually trains your mind to focus on your flaws and everything that’s not right, instead of letting you notice and enjoy all the good things in your life, like your strengths, your accomplishments, and moments that bring you joy.
While this can feel frustrating and discouraging, I want you to know: there is a way through. I’m here to help you understand and implement the right tools for mindfulness, stress management, and building resilience that will guide you to a more confident and fulfilled life.
And with the right techniques, you can retrain your mind to allow you to think positive things about yourself. Thoughts and feelings that build you up from the inside and make you feel good about yourself – without feeling any guilt or shame, but by feeling a sense of wholeness, self-compassion and contentment.