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Quieting the Inner Critic In My Head

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The other day I ran across this article in Psychology Today — “3 Ways to Outsmart You Inner Critic.” You know, that voice inside our heads that’s forever saying stuff like, “You’re fat, ugly, lazy, stupid, etc. etc.”

Step 1 suggested we name our critic. Close your eyes, breathe deeply, and settle yourself into a meditative mood. Examine the voice closely. Describe it…

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Good work! You’ve found my personal journal. I tell the truth here, and I find the process incredibly healing. You might too. So go ahead. Take a peek.

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Good work! You’ve found my personal journal. I tell the truth here, and I find the process incredibly healing. You might too. So go ahead. Take a peek.

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