We seem to be so worried about what everyone else things about us, when in fact 90% of the time no one is actually paying any attention to us at all. really it is in our own minds. Why Is our internal ego so needy that it has to go over and over perceived slights and reinvent conversations to put us in better lights all the time. I know that every one is carrying the same baggage around, just for some the bags are smaller and less important. I also know that all of us are rarely encouraged as children to deal and release our problems so how do we expect our adult self to do so on its own?
My clients over the years are often very surprised when I touch in on a stored feeling that happened when they where maybe 2 or 3 years old. Why they often comment. Why not is my answer, we learn to make our most of our emotional responses between birth and 5 years old and often create a emotional response to people and issues that we never grow up. So when I ask how a client reacts to some situation or person, and they can see that their behaviour is like a 3 year olds then they quickly understand the need to 'grow' up and 'reprogram' that part of themselves.
Ask yourself "Do you want to keep making the same mistakes over and over with an internal emotional dialog of a young child making the emotional decisions for you?"
If you answer is no, then one of my first suggestions is to seek out one of the many books/CD's or even professionals around and start. I personally love any of the books by Debbie Ford.
Making any change requires commitment and also courage to face aspects of self we may not like, but I encourage you to step forward and start to learn and grow up your internal emotional self.
" I step into my own life and with courage I release all of my fears with love and ease".