Negative self-talk can sabotage relationships, our performance, and our identity. Knowing and speaking your true value and worth is the first step toward building strong psychological health.
The Bible and Neuroscience
I find it fascinating when modern science validates what God has made known for several thousand years. The most current example is the finding neuroscientists have discovered about our brains. They call this phenomenon neuroplasticity. It is the ability to change and reorganize itself in order to store information and to arrive at responses to outside events. You may be asking,”what does this have to do with the bible? “ Paul encourages followers of Jesus in Romans 12:1-2 to be transformed by the renewing of your mind (neuroplasticity).
7 Toxic Behaviors That Push People Away
As we approach Christmas Day we think about Jesus, the ultimate giver! He gave every thing so that we could fully live and fully celebrate who God is and who we are as his children. As a counselor and as a person journeying through life I see in others and my own experience the strong desire to be loved, accepted, cherished, respected, to feel important and valuable. It seems as if we all have an invisible sign on our forehead that says,” do you love me; am I valuable.”