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58: The Lie - I Am Not Enough

58: The Lie - I Am Not Enough

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Have you ever felt like you aren't pretty enough? Smart enough? Young enough? Or some version of enough in order to pursue the desires of your heart? That is a LIE and in this exclusive chapter from my audiobook "Girl, Wash Your Face" we are going to dig deeper into this lie.

If you enjoyed this episode and want to listen to the rest of the book, you can grab the audio here ---> http://amzn.to/2qSzmjj
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Liz Nora

Thank you so much I thought I was crazy I have never met anyone else tha

Oct 7th
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Liz Nora

Liz Nora That experienced the same exact issues

Oct 7th
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apricotic

To be real I loved how personal and open she got but this was really not so much about how people feel we are not enough as much as it was about her struggle with being a workaholic. I like how she linked the two but it was not relevant for me and my low self-esteem. It was an interesting new perspective and can't have been easy for her to open up about, but just a warning for people going in with the wrong idea like I did. It was really about her and overworking. I am the opposite and, I think like most people, I'm scared to try because I don't think I'm enough. Title was a bit misleading.

Sep 15th
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Liz Nora

apricotic The message was that we all have our feelings of being not enough due to a specific trauma/experience/ unmet attachment needs, in order to try to relay the message in a way that all women could understand without any knowledge of psychosocial dynamics or haven’t been going to therapy for years. So she shared her personal experience, all of our experiences are different. So I ask you, why do you feel you are not enough? What do you think caused your low self esteem? Then ask yourself who’s love did you grave the most as a child? Mom/dad/whoever it was, what did you need to do to earn their praise? Listen to Tony Robbins tedTalk and I believe it’s also on Netflix “I am not your guru “

Oct 7th
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Thomas Curran

Powerful stuff. Now how do I get my workaholic wife to slow down enough to hear this?

Aug 21st
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Heathyr Mish

Thomas Curran Thomas, Try just saying "Honey, I found an interesting podcast and it would really mean a lot to me if you would listen to this episode with me". That is pretty much verbatim what I said to my spouse and we both listen to RISE Together now. Remember that you can't force them and it doesn't do any good to berate or guilt them into it either. It's better to just be honest and let them know it's important to you and you're not demanding a commitment to it but just at least a trial 😁

Jan 8th
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Heather Higgs

Thomas Curran listen to it when you travel in the car or commuting :)

Dec 23rd
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Joy Schilmiller

my friend I do cleanse my face. God bless.

Aug 21st
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58: The Lie - I Am Not Enough

58: The Lie - I Am Not Enough

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