Being Well Podcast: Overcome Your Limiting Beliefs
August 23, 2021

We all have limiting beliefs: patterns of thought about ourselves and the world that tend to hold us back. In this episode Dr. Rick and Forrest Hanson explore how we can push back on these problematic beliefs and build more supportive ones.



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Key Topics:

  • 0:00: Introduction
  • 3:25: The PASS Process
  • 8:35: Limiting beliefs about our nature
  • 14:10: Limiting beliefs about our ability to learn
  • 19:00: Limiting beliefs about our worthiness
  • 21:45: Limiting beliefs about vulnerability
  • 25:50: Limiting beliefs related to gender socialization
  • 31:10: Perfectionism: Limiting beliefs that “keep us safe”
  • 35:30: Social Scripts: Limiting beliefs about relationships
  • 41:45: The beliefs that un-limit us
  • 50:55: Recap

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