Invalidation is to reject, ignore, mock, tease, judge, or diminish someone's feelings. Constant invalidation may be one of the most significant reasons a person with high innate emotional intelligence suffers from unmet emotional needs later in life. A sensitive child who is repeatedly invalidated becomes confused and begins to distrust his own emotions. He fails to develop confidence in and healthy use of his emotional brain.
Sample thought modification messages in this product:
"I'm okay. I'm good. I'm worthy. I'm deserving. I'm capable. I accept myself. I have learned from my mistakes. Life is a lesson ground. I know I am worthy of dignity and respect. I respect myself. I respect others. I now feel good about me. I choose to be happy. I choose to accept my worth. I am a valid human being. What I think matters. What I feel matters. Who I am matters. I am a gift. Life is a miracle. I am part of the miracle. I love myself. I care for my needs. I respect my being. I let go of the past. I empower today.