Dress Up & Disguises of Our Inner Critic

Did you know that we often disguise or dress up our inner critic? The most common disguise is when we presume that someone else has negative or judgmental thoughts about us - even when there is no evidence that these thoughts are true. That’s why it’s incredibly important for us to be aware when our inner critic is playing this game of dress up and learn to eliminate any negative narratives we have about ourselves.

In this episode of Love This B!tch, I am expanding on the topic of our Inner Critic (see Episode 17: Understanding Your Inner Critic) and really digging deep on how and why we disguise our inner critic by telling ourselves negative thoughts from someone else’s “alleged” perspective. I’ll explain why it’s essential to notice when this disguise causes pain and how to mitigate it before it spirals out of control.

Here’s a closer look at

Being able to handle situations as they arise [5:24]

How to notice when your inner critic is playing dress up [7:43]

Why your own judgments and thoughts hold you back [12:34]

Examining your thoughts and why you have them [14:31]

The importance of having compassion for yourself [17:03]

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