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Here are some videos I've made on multiple topics that interest me and my clients. You can also find these on my Facebook personal and business pages (Vickey Easa & Victoria Easa, LICSW). Stay tuned, more are coming!
The Contempt Cycle
Did you know that when you're feeling Better Than or Less Than, the emotion is the same?
Shame, Self Esteem, & Decision Making
How do we behave when we're feeling shame? How can we change this? And how is this related to how we make decisions?
How can I hurt someone else when I'm in Less Than
Here I share a story of a client (confidentiality fully respected!) who was feeling so down on himself that he hurt both him and his wife. And I share how to stop this behavior from happening again.
How to Not Judge Yourself for Not Breaking Up
Do you judge yourself for decisions you've made in the past? Here's how to stop that.
Are you Afraid
Are you holding back your true decisions based on fear of the other person's reaction? Here's how you can shift that.
Let me Introduce Myself
Hi there! Let me formally introduce myself and give you a taste of what I do, why and how:
ANTS: What's Next
I have been discussing ANTS (Automatic Negative Thoughts) on my Facebook page. There are 11 common types of ANTS, including •Fortune-telling (red ant): predicting the worst possible outcome to a situation •Mind reading (red ant): believing that you know what others are thinking, even though they haven’t told you •Labeling: attaching a negative label to yourself or to someone else •Focusing on the negative (red ant): seeing only the bad in a situation Red ants are the ants that bite. The ones that hurt more and cause more damage. Once you identify these negative thought patterns, you need to know WHAT'S NEXT. So, here it is:
ANTS and Fortune Telling
Let’s talk a little more about ANTS: Automatic Negative Thoughts. More specifically, FORTUNE TELLING! This is where I live. Here is my story with it: