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EP16: Switching From Selfish To Self-Centered Through Self-Awareness

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Episode Summary:

In today’s episode, I’m interviewing Cynthia Pickett, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and Licensed Addictions Counselor (LADC) with a thriving psychotherapy practice in Reno, Nevada. Today, Pickett walks us through the importance of having the self-awareness to identify what we need, set boundaries, and be able to switch from selfish to self-centered for a fulfilling and healthy relationship.

Today’s Guest

Cynthia Pickett

Through her work and expertise, Cynthia’s mission is to facilitate emotional and spiritual healing by making people aware of common behavioral patterns that actually create personal hardship and by providing simple and effective solutions for life’s daily struggles. When implemented, these solutions are guaranteed to improve everyone’s quality of life. 

You’ll Learn…

🖤 The difference between being selfish, self-centered, and self-aware.

🖤 To recognize the signs you need to switch from being selfish to being self-centered.

🖤 About the importance of taking care of yourself to be able to take care of others.

🖤 About how being self-aware helps you set boundaries, identify your needs, and acknowledge what behaviors are creating hardships in your life.

🖤 To understand the concept: “You can’t pour from an empty cup”.


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