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I have created several hubs, but I need some help for ideas for my next series of hubs.
First, I have suffered with issues of self-esteem (yeah, I know it is very common). Over the years I found two ways to combat this.
#1) using the principles of Cognitive Behavior Therapy. I have been using and re-reading the books by Dr. David Burns - "Feeling Good" and "The Feeling Good Handbook".
#2) Using similar methods as in #1, but now I go to the Bible (yes that one) and draw on what I have learned there. One great book that I got was "Truth Talk" by William Backus.
They say you should write what you are passionate about. Well, I am very passionate about needlessly condemning yourself, comparing yourself to others, and all that other nonsense. I have quite a bit so say about this and I want some ideas and direction on what to say. Thanks in advance.
I'm really sorry to say so, but being passionate about something and needing ideas about that... doesn't add up to me.
Try using humor. It's the great ice-breaker and self-esteem builder at the same time. The more people respond to your humor, the more you are compelled to write.
Perhaps, you can write something about your experience as a veteran. Who knows, one of your readers might be interested to join the army. You can also write about your interest in photography and religion. Goodluck!
We are our own worst critics, Edncohen do not despair as am sure you're not alone n yes, write about your passions with a dose of humor can make people think and rethink n think some more
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