Core beliefs are the well ingrained messages that we in turn accept and believe to be true; even when they are not accurate. In this episode of CBT 'Best Practices' we dive into the ways in which your core beliefs are developed and how they impact your thoughts and decisions for the rest of your life.
This episode is so very important to understand what has held you back; and how you may overcome a limiting belief with what you decide and know to be true.
p.s. In each of these episodes of CBT 'Best Practices', including important strategies and tools that you can immediately apply in your life!
Listen with a way to take notes so that you can turn each episode into the change that you seek in your life! Well done!!
I know the facts in question, and I'm registering these "old thought patterns," but unfortunately there are no concrete tips/new beliefs. It doesn't help me like that.
I knew these facts in a disconnected manner of science and study of human growth and development.
As I’ve expressed to others, I appreciate listening to others express in their own words, inflection, tones, and creative manner and receive new deeper understanding and gain something new and make new connections. Thank you very much for this. It helped me.
Changing core beliefs
I learned that the negative messages we perceive childhood , become part of our internal dialogue and May affect our self-esteem as adults.
I learned that the title of ‘shame & guilt’ placed upon me like a crown at 4 years old is where this all began…..and how the shame and not good enough has plagued me. I can now choose positive thoughts and learn a new way of thinking of myself!❤️I am worthy.
Building Healthy Core Beliefs
This could have been made for me. Every word hit home. From a critical unloving father & an abusive husband I learned to believe I really had no self worth. My family is very cold. No touching, hugging, kissing. As a result I crave intimacy. I hug everybody. I love helping people. I love having people around me. I open my home to anyone who wants to stay. Sometimes I seek intimacy from the wrong people.