Enemy Thoughts

Good mental health is protective. It takes a stand against “enemy thoughts.”

Enemy thoughts are negative, self-sabotaging thoughts that often defeat a person with its lies.

Be on guard. You should be aware of these enemy thoughts before you can vanquish them.

Here are some:

• “I’m not good enough. So what’s the use of trying?”

• “How can I make the grade when others look better than I am?”

• “They expect more than I can deliver. What if I fail, they’ll look down on me.”

• “It’s too late to change.”

• “What will they think of me?”

In my therapy sessions, I always teach the difference between “having” the thought and “being” the thought.

“Having” a thought like enemy thoughts don’t defeat you.

It’s believing and “being” the thought that does defeat you!

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