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Becoming OK Part 2

Posted by John Faisandier on Mar 20, 2014 12:37:59 PM

The process of changing our life position begins in earnest during adolescence when we develop competence and confidence in many things. With loving support and encouragement of mentors and peers, we gradually develop a sense of ‘OKness’.   We need to be able to admit that at times we feel ‘not OK’. We need to be able to live with that discomfort and trust we can also change.

If you still hold the life position of I’m not Ok, you’re OK, you can begin changing today. Acknowledge the discomfort. Consciously change your script and begin living as if it were true.

First posted by John Faisandier on 16th May, 2008

Topics: Blog, I'm OK You're OK, Life Positions, Self-Care

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