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Christopher Block, Ph.D., offers strategies for overcoming negative self-perception and improving emotional health.
Beginning in early childhood, our life experiences, relationships and environment form a “life script” that guides our beliefs about who we are and what we are capable of achieving. Oftentimes, this self-concept is based on distorted, negative beliefs that lower our self-esteem, affect our mood and inhibit personal growth. Christopher Block, Ph.D., examines common life scripts and offers strategies for improving self-perception and emotional health.
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