Monthly Archives: December 2011

10 Natural Laws #9: Your Self-Esteem Must Come From Within

From the time we are born, we are completely dependent on adults around us for our existence. Fortunately, we are wired to respond to infants’ cries and coos with our attention, nurturance, and feedback. We learn from infancy that others … Continue reading

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10 Natural Laws #8: Negative Behaviors are Overcome by Changing Incorrect Beliefs

Last week I blogged about how you satisfy needs when your beliefs are in line with reality. This week is about the flip side of that. Beliefs we have that are not in line with reality are “incorrect.” Now I … Continue reading

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Natural Law #7: You Satisfy Needs When Your Beliefs are in Line With Reality

Have you heard the joke about the man at his psychiatrist’s office who said, “I just don’t understand, Doctor. I’ve been seeing you for over a year, and I still have these butterflies all over me.” The psychiatrist replies, “Well, … Continue reading

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Natural Law #6: Your Behavior is a Reflection of What You Truly Believe

What is it that you believe about yourself and the world? Here’s a little story that illustrates the point made from the title of this blog. A shoe manufacturer once wanted to expand his market, and sent his two best … Continue reading

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