In this episode, The Ego Project explores self-identity ego wounding and healing with identical twins, Hanna and Haley Newlin.
-Hanna and Haley's self-identity journeys
-The negative impact of comparison
-The power of returning to self to establish identity
-How ego wounding occurs when identity is focused on image
-Advice for people who are working on building self-identity
Haley Newlin is the author of "Not Another Sarah Halls" and "Take Your Turn, Teddy". Haley is a book reviewer for Cemetery Dance Magazine and co-owner of Twins & Talent Editorial and Marketing Services.
Hanna Newlin worked as a Surgical Technologist and Assistant before making a career transition into Marketing. After working with Manuscripts (formerly Book Creators), Hanna became co-owner of Twins & Talent Editorial and Marketing Services.
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About The Ego Project:
The Ego Project, hosted by Cristine Seidell and Lisa Heidle, explores how the ego informs and impacts our relationship with self and others.
-Cristine Seidell is a Therapist and the Academy Director of Rise Therapy Center in Roswell, Georgia.
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-Lisa Heidle is an author, creativity workshop leader, and entrepreneur currently living in the Pacific Northwest.
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The Ego Project is for entertainment, educational, and informational purposes only. The opinions shared should not be considered psychological or medical treatment. If you are experiencing a mental health emergency, please seek professional help or call 911.