The fate of your relationship lies in how your think about it.
Your inner voice will either fuel your success or prevent you from reaching your goals. Whom will you listen to; your inner critical voice or the one that motivates you?
If your mental chatter is harmful, the way you experience your day will be filled with self-sabotage and negativity.
There are a few traits that seem highly associated with imposter syndrome: success, outward confidence, and high expectations of themselves.
People talk silently with themselves, in their minds. This, we do not consider as odd or weird, but as natural.
The combination of rumination and negative mood is toxic. People who ruminate while sad or distraught are likely to feel besieged, powerless, self-critical, pessimistic, and generally negatively biased.
“Words matter. And the words that matter most are the ones you say to yourself.”
― David Taylor-Klaus
Self-criticism is good, but only in small doses. Too much self-criticism can severely affect your mental health and how you perceive yourself and your abilities.
It’s time to move on. Here’s how.
Depression feels snuggly. It feels like protection from the pain of the world. From failure , Depression is a Liar……..