The Fear of Not Being Good

Fear Itself: an interview with psychotherapist Mike Elkin suggesting that the fear of not being good is experienced as a threat as powerful as survival itself. He describes how this fear plays itself out in couples and parenting relationships, and how we tend to express fear as either anger or guilt. He suggests that the most powerful antidote to fear is turning toward it with loving attention.

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