Breaking the grip of self-judgment

Self-judgment is a nasty critter.

Under the guise of inviting us to learn, it amplifies any mistakes we’ve made and makes it hard to forgive ourselves when things don’t go as planned.

Self-judgment is like tethering ourselves to a heavy weight called the past. With that weight, it’s hard to make a mistake and move on, as in “Oops, that didn’t work out as planned.” or “Clearly, I…

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Story-crafter, coach, and podcaster. Blogs on creativity in times of uncertainty at engagingpresence.com. Relishing life on a beautiful island near Seattle.

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Sally Fox

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Story-crafter, coach, and podcaster. Blogs on creativity in times of uncertainty at engagingpresence.com. Relishing life on a beautiful island near Seattle.

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