Feb 21, 2016
Childhood is one of those times that many of us wanted to enjoy,
but simply couldn't. Some of us had to suffer because of a
dysfunctional upbringing, which caused us to create false beliefs
about the world when we turned into adults.
These beliefs ruined jobs and relationships, and caused us to question our lives by saying, "Is this all there is? Is this all I have to look forward to for the rest of my life?"
Unfortunately, we don't always have the right tools or resources we need to be "functional" after we leave a dysfunctional situation. Mainly because we create beliefs about the world that we think are absolutely true.
We bring these "truths" with us as we go through life, then we can't figure out why we keep feeling miserable all the time.
This isn't everyone's story, but at one time, it was mine. I share it in this special episode where Alen Standish of innereffort.com interviews me about my past, my relationships, my judgment issues, and what tools I used to get out of the funk I was in for over 35 years of my life.
Thanks to innereffort.com and getoutofthemess.com