We Are Not Who We “Think” We Are

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Gustin explores how we create our personal myths. This begins when, as toddlers, we start to use language. Our thoughts do a great job of defining us as a discrete individual with a particular narrative about who we think we are but this can contribute to a negative self-concept. She emphasizes the concept of “selfing” as an on-going process rather than as a fixed identity.