Posted by Jill Whalen | Posted in Psychology, Relationships, Thought | Posted on 05-04-2017
[Jill’s Note: If you prefer to listen rather than read, please scroll to the bottom of this post for the audio version.]
“My thoughts are real.
They feel solid and trustworthy and true.
My beliefs are correct.
If only everyone else could see things the way I do, they would agree.
It’s so obvious.
Why can’t they see it?
How can they believe what they believe when it’s so blatantly wrong?”
Welcome to the inside of my head.
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Posted by Jill Whalen | Posted in Relationships, Thought | Posted on 21-04-2016
Unless we live alone in a cave with no access to the outside world, we’re always having some sort of relationship with others. These range from casual “smile at you in the street” relationships, to those we have with co-workers, close friends, family, partners, etc. As adults, we develop a particular way of dealing with each of these types of relationships based on who we believe we are, as well who we perceive others to be. In other words, we deal with people based on beliefs and perceptions that we make up in our heads. Read the rest of this entry »