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Develop a warmer, fairer, more objective view of yourself

Do you sometimes think that, underneath it all, you’re a bad person?

Do you believe that, if other people were to see the core of who you are, they would dislike or even hate you for what you’ve done, thought, or felt?

It’s easy to let these feelings affect your self-worth.

Have you ever wondered why you feel this way, or when it started? You may not be able to pinpoint when your sense of self-worth plummeted. It may seem like you’ve always felt this way. But these feelings are not an intrinsic part of who you are, and they can be overcome.

Low self-worth is almost always learned

If you feel that you’re a bad person, it’s likely because you have been taught to feel that way, though even people who grew up without pressure to conform or excel can develop this kind of thinking if they grew up around someone who was self-critical. It’s an easy habit to pick up!

At some point in your life, you may have been treated in such a way that you came to believe that the value of your life depends on whether you meet certain standards, or look or behave a certain way.

If you grew up with sky-high expectations or without unconditional love, it’s no surprise you feel this way. You’ve essentially been taught that unless you accomplish certain things — high test scores, a prestigious career, perfect behavior — you are not worthy of love and praise. As the chronic feelings of failure mount, they may translate to a sense that, deep down, you’re simply bad.

But here’s the thing.

No one can live up to unrealistic expectations

The truth is, even the most accomplished people have flaws. The most honorable people you can think of, every role model, every tremendously accomplished individual — they’re all imperfect. Everyone has moments in their lives when they’ve failed to meet their own standards, or society’s expectations of model behavior.

Even people who seemingly have everything experience the same negative emotions that you do at times. Everyone feels jealousy. Everyone experiences regret. Everyone has felt twinges of doubt. It’s part of being human. It’s baked into the experience.

But when you’ve been treated like you don’t have value and are not worth caring about, these perceived “failures” are magnified. You start to believe you deserve to be treated this way. And the longer you believe it, the more it comes to “make sense.” You focus on your flaws, taking these as irrefutable evidence of your intrinsic “badness.” Reality takes a back seat as you become more and more convinced.

Hypnosis can help

Stop Feeling You’re Bad is an audio hypnosis session that can help you undo the conditioning that has made you feel unworthy of love.

As you relax and listen repeatedly to your session, you’ll notice that you:

  • realize that your worth as a person is not tied to your accomplishments
  • develop a much fairer and more accurate view of yourself
  • accept yourself just as you are
  • feel more relaxed and confident in general.

Download Stop Feeling You’re Bad now and begin to defog the lens through which you see yourself. Learn new ways to think about yourself.

You can listen on your computer or device or via our free app which you can access when you have completed your purchase.

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Stop Feeling You're Bad
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Stop Feeling You're Bad
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Stop Feeling You're Bad. Develop a warmer, fairer, more objective view of yourself with this self-hypnosis audio.
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Roger Elliott
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Stop Feeling You’re Bad

Stop Feeling You’re Bad. Develop a warmer, fairer, more objective view of yourself with this self-hypnosis audio.