by Kassandra Lamb
I’m over at Pirkko Rytkonen’s blog today, talking about why it’s hard to change how we feel about ourselves.
A filter should be easy to change, right? I can change the one in my furnace in five minutes. Any self-respecting auto mechanic can change an oil filter in a car in less than twenty. An air filter’s even easier.
So why is it so hard to change our self-esteem filters?
Mainly it’s because they’ve been established for so long. It’s like those rusty screws or bolts in something that you can’t get loose for love nor money.
Our self-esteem filters are established when… READ MORE HERE
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