“You Are BETTER Than You Think You Are”

30 May 2008

I have been reading Debbie
Ford’s “Why Good People Do Bad Things”. The title intrigued me. Besides, I’m willing to admit that I’ve done
things of which I am by no means proud.

So would reading Ford’s book reveal to
me something about myself that I didn’t already know?

The answer is, I think, both yes and
no. Ford’s book points out that the
more we try to suppress and silence our deep hurt and fear and shame, the more
it will create major explosions in our life.


Ford argues that we all like to
believe that we are not as good as we think we are.

In the case of abused women, I believe
that  is  only a partial truth. CLICK HERE to read more.





Annie Kaszina, international Emotional Abuse Recovery specialist and award-winning author of 3 books designed to help women recognise and heal from toxic relationships so that they can build healthy, lasting relationships with the perfect partner for them, blogs about all aspects of abuse, understanding Narcissists and how to avoid them and building strong self-worth. To receive Annie’s blog direct to your Inbox just leave your details here.

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