Yesterday’s post on self-talk drew some heartfelt comments. I can tell it touched a chord. I’d like to continue the discussion.
If you haven’t read Na’ama’s story about the little girl who stops to check in with her body before answering a question about how she’s feeling, please jump back a day and read it. That little girl has a valuable lesson to teach us all.
I’d like to tie that story in with the comment that colonialist made about how we report on our health as a moral value (good vs bad) instead of just responding with how we are actually feeling, like the little girl in Na’ama’s story.
We are so conditioned to come up with the right answer, aren’t we?
How are you?
What’s the right answer? Do I play it safe and just say “okay” like I’m supposed to? Do I speak my truth and alienate…
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