Core Belief No. 5 – “Nobody Loves Me”

Core Belief No. 5 – “Nobody Loves Me”

In his best-selling book ‘Biology of Belief’ Neuroscientist Bruce Lipton writes; ‘The mere thinking of positive thoughts will not necessarily have any impact on our lives at all. In fact some people who ‘flunk’ positive thinking become more debilitated, because now they think they and their situation is hopeless. They believe they have exhausted all body/mind remedies.’ The reason why this doesn’t work for the vast majority...

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Core Belief:No.1- “I Am Abandoned”

Core Belief:No.1- “I Am Abandoned”

“Today’s adolescents have suffered the loss of safe, intimate relationships” ‘No society that alienates its youth and sets them adrift can continue to exist, for it is already in a state of collapse’. William Mahedy & Janet Bernardi – ‘A Generation Alone’  “Today’s adolescents have suffered the loss of safe relationships and intimate settings that served as the primary nurturing community for those travelling the...

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What Is A Comfort Zone?

What Is A Comfort Zone?

Because our brain tends to use one fixed, automatic, repetitive pattern to keep us from feeling the pain connected to the ‘negative belief’, say “I’M NOT GOOD ENOUGH”, it’s impossible for us to ‘unthink it’, as it is stored in our unconscious memory vault and we will forever believe that “we are not good enough”. Unfortunately, having someone say to us “You’re really good at this” would also connect...

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Why is it that knowing someone loves you, still leaves you feeling empty and alone?

Why is it that knowing someone loves you, still leaves you feeling empty and alone?

Why is it that knowing someone loves you, still leaves you feeling empty and alone? I am a voracious reader and  my reading list is wide and varied; Psychology, Self-Help, Personal Development, Auto-biographies  are just some of the genres I read. But  ‘believe it or not’ I am also attracted to Crime novels;  Stephen King,  Jonathan & Kaye  Kellerman, Patricia Cornwall, Kathy Reichs, Ian Rankin, Lynda La Plante, James Patterson,...

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Healing The Pain Of Grief & Loss

Healing The Pain Of Grief & Loss

My first experience of ‘loss’ came, when in the middle of the night, our family did one of our ‘moonlight flits’. I think I was about 8 years old. I remember I was sitting in the back of a van with my cat Fluffy in my arms, and she, being frightened by all the fuss and noise going on, jumped out of the window, leaving painful, bloody scratches on my arms and hands. I leapt out after her and ran around in the dark calling her...

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The First Cut Is The Deepest

The First Cut Is The Deepest

“Rejection comes in all shapes, sizes and guises”. From the pinprick of being told off by Mum to the total heartbreak of losing a loved one, rejection ALWAYS HURTS! Recent MRI studies show that emotional pain triggers exactly the same part of the brain as that of physical pain which is why it seems to HURT SO MUCH! Imagine that?  Emotional pain feels exactly the same as physically pain, though often physical pain can be a...

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