We've all had experiences in life, when someone belittles us, tells us we're less then or not good enough. Makes fun of or steamrolls in a way that leaves us depleted, flattened in a power play.
You know, those monsters of your creative self-worth from childhood: Sister Mary Marguerita filled with flushed faced rage for six year olds, screaming “you're an idiot for forgetting your homework!” Or the seventh grade teacher spreading rumors that “you're a slut” because you kissed a boy. Or your supposed-bud whispering as you climb the stairs to give your valedictorian speech: “you're not that smart, you just do your work.”
If you're on the healing path, you've probably already addressed and healed some of those childhood cracks. But what about the more recent nicks?Read More