Reforming Your Inner Mean Girl Posted on April 12, 2015 at 12:27 pm by PrayingMedic / Blog, Emotional Healing, Video / 2 Comments My wife and I discuss emotional healing and Denise shares her observations on the book Reform Your Inner Mean Girl. Related « Traveling in the Spirit Our Relationship With God – Shae Bynes »
This really resonated with me, the mean girl inside Kate. The Holy Spirit will need to help me work out loving the mean girl. The first 17 years of my life, I had to form a protective barrier. It is remarkable that the genetic makeup God has equipped us with, allows us to use the mean girl/boy when needed to protect us, and also allows us at some point in our life to embrace the mean girl.
Jesus is doing that healing through the book I am writing. The Daughters of Hope series is taking a positive glance at what a family goes through under the circumstances of schizophrenia.
The emotional healing prayers are helping me. I go through that process and will continue it. The first 10 years of my life are covered. I will use it for the the remaining 8 years of my residing in God’s Grace. I am finding it helpful to use it daily as I come across real and imagined hurts.
Thank you for allowing yourselves to be used for this ministry.
I never heard of “Inner mean girl” but I’m not sure how I missed it. My inner meanness formed through fighting back in my youth as competition with 8 siblings. Not because of abuse, just because I needed to learn how to protect myself.
I heard once that whatever our earliest memory is, is what forms us. That early memory of feeling special, wanted and confident. I’ve long ago worked out those early conflicts as I’m 66 now.
I eventually worked in ICUs and management, developing those skills further. Yet there was ALWAYS a sense of doubt and questioning in my inner voice. I learned different self talks through the years.
Now retired, I have no idea of where that mean girl thought initiated as I worked in such high acuity environments.
I stress I’m overweight, I’m constantly fighting demons in my head. Some overflows in words but primarily I’m intact. I see the glass as half full but not because of negative thoughts because I need to plan on how to fill it. Idk what I’m saying. I’ll listen to more