Our beliefs are formed through personal experiences with a strong emotional impact.
Our beliefs are formed by imagining that something is true and really happened.
The more intense our feeling is the stronger our belief will be.
Once this happens, our beliefs lead to our actions.
Our beliefs help to interpret the relationship.
We accept our misguided belief’s relevance in our life
Examine our beliefs in a relationship, are they empowering, are they working to strengthen or destroy, are they effective?
Do our beliefs give us strength and encouragement to have what we desire?
Our beliefs can guide or misguide us.
Some of our beliefs are limiting or destructive to our ability to have a successful marriage.
Negative beliefs can have a strong influence on you and cause you to close your mind to newand better
What discouragement, depression, despair often brings is distorted information (erroneous beliefs).
If there is nobody in your life to change it, those feelings will intensify. Ex: Elisha under the juniper tree.
If I am feeling sorry for myself, and I am talking to myself, that is a bad conversation for myself. If I am already feeling low, and there is nobody to talk to but me, about me, regarding me to tell me what I ought to do and I am not even in a place to hear me correctly, then my discussion with myself is helping myself to become worse off.
** Negative, critical, condemning or just bad thoughts can all be replaced. It takes time and requires us to think about what we are thinking about (pay attention to what you are thinking about).