The Loving Yourself Project – Ending Jealousy Permanently (Part 3)

Insecurity is learned. We internalize the belief that we are inadequate and act on it by being hard on ourselves. Like all the structures of meaning that keep suffering in place, it can be dismantled and replaced with something better.

The Loving Yourself Project is a set of practices and beliefs to replace the ones that make up insecurity. Those practices include . . .

  • interrupting inner dialogue that shames and criticizes
  • upgrading your beliefs about how people (particularly yourself) should be treated
  • seeing yourself more clearly via comparison with others, rather than just being hard on yourself
  • self-acceptance and self-improvement

This video is part 3 in a 6-part series on Ending Jealousy Permanently

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About the Author

Steve Bearman, Ph.D., earned his doctorate in Psychology from the University of California, Santa Cruz. He founded Interchange Counseling Institute in 2002 and is the lead teacher of Interchange's San Francisco-based year-long counseling and coaching training. When he's not counseling people, leading workshops, and advocating for social justice, Steve climbs mountains, adventures in the urban wilderness, explores the edges and limits of what's possible, deconstructs everything, and finds new ways to put it all back together.