Tag: false beliefs

You Already Know the Answer

I was talking to a family member last fall about an issue that had been causing her a great deal of anxiety. She was paying for a necessary service, and she had the option to either pay smaller, monthly amounts or one big ol’ chunk annually. She had chosen the latter, and in describing how […]

Do You Change Your Mind Too Much?

Growing up, one of the messages I absorbed was “changing your mind is flaky.” Changing one’s mind was on par with breaking a vow (melodramatic much?), and I learned to associate waffling with weakness. If someone reversed a decision, they were labeled as incompetent and unreliable. It took me decades to unlearn this false belief, and in […]