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Feeling not good enough


Many people will recognise that feeling of ‘not good enough’.


We have often been told so in various ways since we were children, either verbally, or we have picked it up from people’s actions and behaviour towards us.


Often, rather than the behaviour or actions being named as inappropriate/unhelpful, etc., with a clear, calm explanation of the impact, many are told from a young age – and still are, as adults, that they are not good enough. Not necessarily in those words - although ‘not good enough’ is quite often still used in the workplace. Telling someone that a piece of work is simply not good enough, is more often than not, interpreted by the recipient as themnot being good enough.


People have also been unhelpfully labelled at an identity level by adults and other children, by putting ‘You are’ in front of everything. ‘You’re useless’, ‘You’re horrible’, ‘You’re spoilt’, ‘You’re pathetic’, ‘You’re a pain’.


Children in particular, unconsciously internalise and take that on immediately. Then that horrible, flat feeling lurks and often, unknowingly, can limit their potential, the life choices they make and the paths they take as children, teenagers and adults.


Sometimes, people aren’t consciously aware of where it’s all come from and even if they are, they don’t know what to do with it. Sometimes, the incidents that caused it, have also created anger, sadness, fear and guilt within them, that they have carried for many years.


If this feels familiar to you and you’ve decided you want to deal with and release it once and for all, please get in touch with me. I’ve worked this through with many people like you over the years and helped them to come out of the other side.


Most importantly, having worked with me through specific, blended, techniques and processes to help the adult you experience it all differently, you’ll come away with new understandings, insights and optimism, knowing who you really are and can be.


The real you!


Rosie Stevens MA Psychotherapist and Coach


Tel: 07939 106560 rosie@theheartofchange.co.uk www.theheartofchange.co.uk


INFO@COCKERMOUTHPOST.CO.UK ISSUE 435 | 19 SEPTEMBER 2019 | 18


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