When we think of ‘Make Believe,’ we normally associate it with childhood, playing ‘make-believe,’ where we pretend to be something, or do something.
‘Make believe’ can be a very powerful tool.
Actors, and those who use the power of ‘belief’ use “make-believe” all the time to ‘become’ something, or to ‘believe’ something about themselves or the world they live in.
But in reality, everyone, in some form, as adults, still play make-believe in their every day lives as a way of coping with life.
Sometimes it’s productive, and sometimes it’s just denial and avoidance; plain ‘ol lying to ourselves. ‘Make believe’ is an important tool for everyone. Continue reading Create Belief