Reinterpreting Criticism, Hate, Negativity & Fear

Topics Include:
  • Changing our reactions when people express criticism or hate to us.
  • Reinterpreting events that we once defined as criticism, hate, negativity and malice as God’s child simply asking for help, comfort and love in the best way he or she knows how.

Ask the Author: Question & Response

I was moved when reading some of your work. I have a belief that everyone has the capacity to love themselves and others, and I am always overwhelmed with emotion when individuals express this. But at the same time it hurts when people don’t – through criticism, hate and malice. How can I change my reaction so that I am not so fearful of other’s negativity, as this has paralyzed me in the past and paralyzes me in the present?

– Jacqueline, Bolton, England

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  1. Kristina Olson
    Kristina Olson12-12-2012

    The article about seeing negativity as someones way to ask for help and love as the best way they know how really shed light on my current relationship and some past relationships. I thank you for opening my eyes. This will make my life alot more peaceful. It was exactly what i needed to hear to heal my relationship. thanks again.

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