Growing up, my mother told me over and over that I was not loveable. I heard it so often, it became a personal truth. I didn’t examine or question it until my former husband told me, after seventeen years, that he didn’t love me, had never loved me.
Of course, I told myself, I am not loveable.
And then my rational self kicked in, and yelled: NOT TRUE!
It was time to examine my belief, and make adjustments.
Beliefs can build us up, or they can hold us down.
This week, let’s think about the beliefs – personally, socially, culturally – that define our realities.
Look forward to your responses.
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