Every day is filled with choices. Some are simple as what will we eat while others, can be life-changing. There are always plenty of factors that help us decide those choices but ultimately, we are the ones who make the choice.
What prompted me to write the book “Shame On Me” was the realization that I didn’t understand what it was about my own thinking that was the problem. I made hurtful and sometimes sabotaging decisions and had no idea I was making them. (Actually it was more as though I didn’t want to realize I was doing it).
We create negative thinking patterns as young children and they continue on into adulthood. Because they have been a part of us for so long, we can make the mistake of believing that is who we really are. My goal is to help others get a greater understanding of who they are and help change those thinking patterns into positive ones.