NEGATIVE THOUGHTS. We all experience them.

They come & go. We’re not tall enough, smart enough, rich enough or thin enough. Why couldn’t I do that? Why didn’t I get that promotion? How come he ghosted me or why didn’t she turn up?

Or he/she won’t have sex with me because I am not good enough. Or not sexy enough. Or good enough in bed. I am here to tell you.


Negative thoughts may threaten your self-esteem & your mood & this impacts your relationships negatively. If you constantly tell yourself that you’re not good enough, or that you’re stupid, you’ll begin to believe it & worse, internalize it.

Beating yourself up can lead to depression & anxiety.

Why do you do this? It may result from your dysfunctional upbringing, your people pleasing personality or trauma.

What Can You Do About It? A spoonful of sugar….or be aware that you have these thoughts. Awareness goes a long way. You are not having negative thoughts on purpose.

So, step 1 is learning how to realize when you’re having these thoughts so you’re able to stop.

Step 2 Write down your negative thoughts, reframe them, invoke gratitude & try to figure out other ways of thinking.

You decide what you think in every situation.

#Motivation #Awareness #Positivity #GoodEnough

Maureen is the host of the Sunday Night Health Show on the Corus Radio Network. It airs live on Sunday nights in Western Canada. It can also be heard on iTunes https://globalnews.ca/bc/program/sunday-night-health-show Maureen is in clinical practice where she sees patients with overall general health issues, marital concerns and family matters.

Maureen McGrath

Maureen McGrath

Host of the CKNW Sunday Night Health Show on Corus Radio. As a leading women's health expert and Registered Nurse, I understand the importance that sexual, vaginal, bladder and bowel health has on overall health and relationships.

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