Why Your Negative Core Belief is a Lie!

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15 responses to Why Your Negative Core Belief is a Lie!

  1. Lisa Rene Delgado says:

    I was just sharing with a very good friend my struggles and I kept taking responsibility for something that was not mine. She said that I am not responsible for someone else’s choices. I came here and you explained it clearly. Thank you

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    • Robin says:

      In my experience, love and compassion had to be applied first before I could even feel worthy of seeking help to change. Two friends of mine encouraged me to seek therapy, and I have never forgotten their kind words: “you deserve better than to keep living like this.” Truly life-changing! Till that moment I thought I deserved to suffer because of my inherent badness. Their words set me on a better path. ❤️

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  2. Addison D'Marko says:

    Great video Dr. Perry this is so true I had to work on those negative taught beliefs for years, but am now living a life of peace, happiness, and joy

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  3. marisaviano says:

    I needed this!! Dr. Perry amazing video. Just coming out of MDD and agoraphobia something I was never before considering I was an extrovert and somehow was an introvert for some grueling months until I found the right doctor. I have had by positive affirmations and therapy come out full force and your posts are amazing. I am going to start my blogging again and I am so thankful that I can say that that list in the video was something I began to think however not true. Love yourself everyone there is a light at the end of the tunnel and exactly what you said at the end find a good doctor and I mean a great one and go. It helps and does miracles to one self. It took time however well worth it. Thank you for your blog. I needed that today.

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  4. Barb says:

    Thank you for this post. I’ve always thought that I’m not good enough (despite accomplishments to the contrary), but didn’t have a name to put on it. Now I know that it’s my negative core belief, and I can do something about it.

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