Stop making yourself wrongJan 01, 2024
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When we take being wrong to an unjust personal level, we label ourselves as having something wrong with us. This is as opposed to simply making a mistake and admitting to it. It goes deeper.
But what exactly does it mean to stop making yourself wrong? I certainly do not mean to imply that we should present ourselves as perfect and incapable of making mistakes. And I certainly do not I advocate for passing blame or avoiding responsibility. However, I do advocate for being kinder to ourselves, and for adopting a mentality of placing being wrong in the correct context. Let’s talk about it.
“I can get something wrong without making myself–my person, my personality, my worth, all that sort of self-identity–wrong.” – Dr. Sara Dill
What You’ll Learn
- What it means
- The effect it has
- Why to stop making yourself wrong
- You’re already worthy
Contact Info and Recommended Resources
Podcast Episodes that pair well with this one:
- How To Make Decisions
- How to Drop Your Manual
- Choose Again
- How To Have Your Own Back
- How to Forgive Yourself
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