By Rebekah Cahill
Self-awareness is a state of being where you deeply understand your own thoughts, emotions and behaviors and how they affect you and the world around you. When you’re self-aware, you move beyond simply existing or reacting to your environment to deliberately living a fulfilling and meaningful life. You get to be the real you and do things that reflect who you are deep inside.
You can’t gain self-awareness through knowing psychology. Rather, it requires a deep understanding of your past and current self. Experiences shape how we see the world. So, we have to reflect on how the world has shaped us.
How can you gain self-awareness? Here are some helpful ideas to start:
Take a minute and think about your early life story. What people, events, and experiences have had the greatest impact in shaping the person you have become? How do you understand and handle challenges and setbacks in your life?
If we’re willing to be self-aware, we can empower ourselves, and transform our relationships and in our lives in the process. To learn more about Strength for women, Strength for Life click on our link: strengthforwomen.pagedemo.co/