Dear Friends,

It seems a lot of us don’t feel like we are good enough.  We don’t feel worthy of receiving good things in life.  Why not? Think back to our childhood.  Were our parents supportive of us?  Did they praise us when we accomplished something important to us?  Did they let us know it was safe to make mistakes and that was the only way to learn and get better at things? Was it safe to be us and just be kids?

Or did it feel like we had to act, think or believe a certain way to be accepted?  Were we allowed to be children and not worry about living up to someone else’s standards of acceptable behavior? If any of us answered yes to all of these questions, then we must realize how unique our childhood was.  Most of us are lucky to answer yes to 1 or 2 of these, because we grew up with parents who were struggling with their own issues and were doing the best they could. If our childhood was especially difficult, we may at first want to challenge the statement that our parents did their best.

The truth is most parents do want the best for their children, and their intentions are good. They love us in their own way, but their current skill set to deal with life is limited.  If we can forgive our parents or anyone else who negatively impacted us and take responsibility for our emotions and life results up to this point, we’ll find greater peace.  Notice, when I say forgive, I don’t mean condone what someone did to us.  I just mean to release them so the resentment no longer eats away at us.

Ever heard the saying: “Resentment is like drinking poison and hoping the other person dies. ” Emotional freedom technique (EFT) can help us clear away limiting beliefs so we can discover our hidden power and potential.

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Peace & Blessings,

Angie Monko,