EP019 Self Concept and the Big Setup
Welcome to episode Nineteen, as we explore the idea of self-concept and how it is formed early in life.
In this episode we talk about the origins of our self-concept in childhood, and how the emotional safety of the family is crucial for healthy self-esteem in a child. We talk about verbal abuse and control, and how we can slowly lose ourselves. This episode is a first in our month-long series of looking at self-concept as it relates to empowerment.
• Look at how the lack of boundaries in primary relationships damage self-concept
• Define verbal abuse and its impacts on self-esteem and assertiveness
• Explore how control and manipulation make it unsafe to be vulnerable
As soon as we begin to change
what our truth is,
we become someone
that suits others rather than
honoring what is real for us.
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