I used to think that everyone's inner critic is completely unique, but after working with so many people (+ watching my own inner critic), what I’ve found is that our inner critic is a little bit personal and a lot more universal. It’s universal in the sense that we all have an inner critic. There is no biographical cause for our inner critic, it’s 100% part of our human experience. It's personal in the way it shows up for each of us, in the stories it chooses to tell us base
A couple of weeks ago I had an insight around shifting from surviving to thriving during one of my morning journaling sessions.
I realized that since our (possible) coronavirus episode and the challenging time we went through, I haven’t completely turned off survival mode. I was still in that energy of juggling a million things together, trying to get everything done.
I often talk with clients about the importance of allowing recovery time after meeting a deadline. The id