Lack of self-trust is at the core of intrusive thoughts and many symptoms of anxiety. This often manifests as valuing others’ opinions more than your own, caring what others think, perfectionism, difficulty making decisions, pervasive self-doubt, and equating your self-worth with externals like achievement, culturally-sanctioned definitions of success, and even your choice of partner. In order to heal self-trust from the root you must learn what it means to fill your well of Self from the inside out, which many of these articles teach.

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What is My Truth?

On the last round of Open Your Heart a participant asked: "So if I don't trust these anxious thoughts then what can I trust? If my truth was really that we are not right for each other then how would I know if I am teaching myself not to listen when doubts arise?" And...

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A Psychic Told Me To Leave My Relationship

I can't tell you how many times I've heard or read some version of the following email that I recently received (published here with permission): I am in a loving relationship and engaged. A psychic woman told me very specifically that I will definitely not marry this...

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World Anxiety

One of the byproducts of being a highly sensitive person prone to anxiety is that you tend to take on others' pain and stories. This is particularly true if you had an enmeshed relationship with a parent growing up and didn't learn to solidify the borders of your skin...

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