When I am working with clients one of the things I keep in mind with all behavior is that when someone makes a choice they are making the best choice they can make based on the information they have and the resource state they are in.
We can quickly realize that we have made a bad choice (something in a split second after we have acted), but in that moment we are really doing the best that we can.
The problem comes when we are working for a place of fear. When this happens we will make lots of short term choices and very few long term choices. This can create a series of many bad choices.
Over time these choices add up and we can end up in a place where we no longer trust ourselves or trust our ability to make a good choice.
In this interview I talk with Andy Bryce about what are the underlying causes of losing that trust in ourselves (such as guilt, shame, and lack trust) and how we can turn that around.
Guest: Andy Bryce
Bio: Andy Bryce has been interested in how people think, what we believe, and how emotions work, for most of his life. His father was a Psychiatric Nurse who worked in a large institution and from the time Andy was six years old he was learning about and experiencing the extremes of human thought and behavior. Andy was certified By Gary Craig, the founder of EFT, as an EFT Master Practitioner in August of 2006, and he has been working with EFT since the year 2000.