A Lifetime of Holy Relationship: Sharing a few of my own negative core-beliefs.

Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Sharing a few of my own negative core-beliefs.

Accepting for the moment, this definition of a negative core belief: Negative core beliefs are those strongly held beliefs about ourselves that influence what we think and how we feel. For example, if you suffer from social anxiety disorder (SAD), you may believe that you must be liked by everyone in order to be a good person. These are some of the negative core beliefs I have been able to identify within myself: I am often an outsider in groups I belong to I am an oddball in groups that I... Sign in to see full entry.

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