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The dictionary defines self-worth as “the sense of one’s own value or worth as a person.” The first step in building self-worth is to stop comparing yourself to others and evaluating your every move; in other words, you need to challenge your critical inner voice. The critical inner voice is like a nasty coach in our heads that constantly nags us with destructive thoughts towards ourselves or others. This internalized dialogue of critical thoughts or “inner voices” undermines our sense of self-worth and even leads to self-destructive or maladaptive behaviors, which make us feel even worse about ourselves. We all have a “critical inner voice,” which acts like a cruel coach inside our heads that tells us we are worthless or undeserving of happiness. This coach is shaped from painful childhood experiences and critical attitudes we were exposed to early in life as well as feelings our parents had about themselves. While these attitudes can be hurtful, over time, they have become engrained in us. As adults, we may fail to see them as an enemy, instead accepting their destructive point of view as our own. However, we can challenge the inner critic and begin to see ourselves for who we really are, rather than taking on its negative point of view about ourselves. We can differentiate from the ways we were seen in our family of origin and begin to understand and appreciate our own feelings, thoughts, desires and values.

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Moving onto 'Own' block of Land with 'Deposit' and 'Easy Terms'.

Leaving the lean times and memories of tie-clips and perky breasts (furtively enjoyed in the timber yard) behind, we will now go forward to an episode that too might have been significant in  causing my intermittent scepticism of migration in general and my own in special. 1,038 more words

Gerard Oosterman

Animation: US population by county, over time

  • This map shows the growth of the US population from 1790 to 2010, with each circle representing a county. Counties on the ocean coast are highlighted.
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Break Free of Old Sexual Pain

If you think elephants never forget, consider all the things your body remembers. It remembers that you like ice cream, how to hear and see and how to feel excited, how to ride a bike, and what the tingling sensations of being in love are like-even if you haven’t eaten ice cream, ridden a bike, or felt the least bit interested in romance for a decade. 506 more words

Pain Management

Over time

Listen to Sow the Word Teaching Ministry on Wednesdays at noon Eastern time on Heaven 98.3FM 1410AM internet radio! We are teaching on “Overcoming Temptation”. Grow in God with Sow the Word where we are Sowing the Word into the heart of man. 458 more words

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