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JUDGEMENT – liberation when we drop it!

JUDGEMENT… We’re not talking end of life stuff here! We address judgement here and now and less external than internal. I talk about how I was a living example of someone who was incredibly hard on myself and, as so often happens, then held others to my own impossibly high, exacting standards. Thank goodness I’m over it!

It's common. It’s destructive. It diminishes our performance. It takes the joy out of life. It’s common in high achievers and peak performers who can so often become perfectionists...

This might be you without your even knowing it. After all, we so rarely question our ‘normal’. Have a listen, just to see.

Judith Richards and I recorded this conversation as a video (it'll be on the @iamsallywilson YouTube channel), but I wanted to share it with you all here too. And if you haven’t already heard about Judith Richards, her life, and the extraordinarily quick and effective process she created to resolve anxiety, depression, PTSD among other things, well, I suggest you listen to Episode 4 of our podcast here (https://www.iamsallywilson.com/podcasts/victim-to-victor-leading-others-beyond-their-pain). You’ll be so glad that you did.

https://www.therichardstraumaprocess.com/

https://www.youtube.com/c/TheRichardsTraumaProcess

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