We can become worthy of someone’s love after they fall in love with us… or we can enjoy the absolving light of love and stop demanding to understand why we are loved or why good fortune comes our way. We can cast off the restrictive ideas of deserving or not.
Articles on: Self Esteem
“Take it Easy on Yourself!”
When a client blames themselves for everything, we can help them see there are other reasons why something might occur. Here are five ways to stop your client self-blaming.
How to Use the Affect Bridge to Instantly Raise Self-Esteem
Here are four ways to free your clients from the influence of negative memories using the Affect Bridge
5 Tips for Treating Inferiority Complex
Use these five strategies to lift your clients’ self-esteem.
Prioritizing Client Goals in Therapy
This case study focusses on panic attacks and low self-esteem caused by a violent relationship.
Why Affirmations and Compliments Don’t Boost Low Self Esteem
Working with low self esteem is much easier when you understand how it is warping your client’s thinking style
“I Feel Like A Fake!”
It sounds strange, but positive feedback and compliments can make people suffering from ‘imposter syndrome’ feel even worse about themselves.
Why Telling People How Wonderful They Are Isn’t Always A Good Idea
Praise is wonderful, isn’t it? When someone praises me, I get a lovely warm glow inside and feel great. And they say that the quickest way to get round someone is to flatter them. You have probably enjoyed being praised in your time too.