Check In – How Have You Proved Yourself Wrong?

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  1. Ray says:

    I have a difficult time sitting still. I’m proving that wring though by watching some tv shows i have queued up in Netflix with my GF. Turns out i CAN sit and watch one or two episodes without getting antsy or feeling guilty that i should be doing housework or something.

  2. Anonymous says:

    I’ve proven to myself I can complete more than 30 min of cardio after weight lifting.
    I remain working to prove I can stop the negative messages I hearing my head – things my gaslighting ex told me about myself.
    One day at a time!

  3. annieemmy says:

    I used to internally mock and berate myself for having big dreams. I recently decided that was stupid, that it’s okay to have big dreams, that I shouldn’t belittle myself for them, and that I don’t have to share those dreams with “Dream Killers”. So, now whenever that internal naysayer starts telling me I’m an idiot for dreaming big, I shut him up. I never thought I could do that before. So, I started proving myself wrong, and plan to continue to dream big. 🙂

  4. BecHanson says:

    I love your blog!
    I’m going to take on this challenge, I’m not going to write how I’m going to prove myself wrong (but don’t worry, I have something specific mind). I am going to do it and I will report back at the end of the year.
    Thank you.

  5. I am trying hard to stop undermining myself. Reaching out to meet new people, stop my internal conversation and stop my inclination at introversion. I have had two dinner parties since the beginning of the year, granted it is with people I know mostly but they brought dates.

  6. sassafrass20 says:

    I took myself to Florida, booked my tickets, hotel and rental car without anyone’s help. I didn’t foresee the $300 deposit on my car, could only stay at my hotel one night, found another cheaper hotel, managed to still eat, go to the beach, see the sunrise over the Manatee River and the sun set over the Gulf of Mexico on Sneed Island. I don’t regret a single moment, because I wouldn’t have had the balls to stand up to my family and say “SCREW IT! I”M GOING!!” Best and happiest weekend in my life-besides the birth of my children, of course 😉

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