Do you find the voice in your head telling you things like "you'll never be good enough" or "you're lookin' miiighty ugly today", or something along those lines?
Most of the time, our "inner critic" as most call it stems from a critical person from our past, or a combination of negative voices we've accumulated throughout our lives.
We may feel stuck, because that voice in our head feels permanent, and it's not like we can run away from it...so what can you do?
Watch the video below to learn my two paths to handling self-judgment:
When you've finished watching, I'd love to hear your thoughts!
- What's one valuable lesson that your own self-judgment has taught you?
- How can you begin to see your judgment in a loving way? (Hint: it's trying to keep you "safe")
- How can you use your judgment to learn something and propel yourself forward instead of allowing it to hold you back?
Share in the comments below!