have the right to be treated as an equal.
was our tip from last week. Also, we asked: Are you being
treated as an equal?
the responses we received, most of those who participated thought
that they were being treated as an equal if not all of the
time, at least some of the time. (A special thank you to those
week, however, we’d like to challenge your answers. Are
you REALLY being treated as an equal?
common for us to develop assumptions based on our personal
experiences, but the problem is that some of our assumptions
can be skewed or inaccurate. This can occur because once we
internalize a “personal truth” (believe something
is true), the brain stops looking for contrary data and only
picks up on confirming data. This means that some of our notions
are confirmed only because the brain has decided that anything
to the contrary of our “personal truth” is irrelevant.
this week, we’d like you to test your notion about being
treated as an equal and see if your assumption is really true.
question is: Are you REALLY being treated as an equal?
can find out by taking a new self-test located at our website.
can find the self-test here:
can find a more comprehensive self-test in the Member's area.
a great week.
For more information about anxiety
symptoms, see our Anxiety
NOTE: The Member's area of our website
contains a more comprehensive section on anxiety symptoms, including
completed descriptions, why they occur, and tips on how to get
rid of them.