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roseidealcoaching
Dec 21, 2021
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Hey there, how are you doing so far? This forum is for you to connect to the other members, learn and share what you believe would be helpful concerning any topic. The idea is to build a community that can act as your support network. In order to maintain a safe, and positive space please refrain from posting content that is offensive to any race, religion, ethnic group, gender or sexuality. If your post is deemed inappropriate it will be removed from the forum. Let's start off this forum with this discussion. What’s Your Inner Critic’s Personality? The worrier: Points out everything that can go wrong. Stirs up emotions of anxiety and fear by imagining disasters, expecting the worst, and overestimating the odds of something bad happening. It tends to say, “what if”? The critic: Constantly judges and evaluates your behavior and points out your flaws. Jumps on any mistake you make and reminds you of past failures. Compares you to others and assumes they will judge you. It even minimizes your accomplishments! It tends to say, “you’re an idiot”. The victim: It tells you that you’re hopeless, not making progress, or that it’s too hard. It tells you there is something wrong with you, your incapable, unworthy. You’re not smart enough. There are too many obstacles in your way. It’s not your fault. It tends to say, “I can’t”. The perfectionist: It pushes you to do better but even when you do better you still feel like you’re not good enough. There is always more you should be doing. Mistakes and setbacks must be avoided or quickly moved past. It pushes you to seek external validation, achievement, status. Acceptance by others is of the utmost importance. It probably even stops you from taking action because you’re afraid to fail. Tends to say, “I need to do better” or “I’m not good enough”. Which of the 4 fits your inner critic's personality? When you are aware of it, how do you usually shut it down and re direct your thoughts?
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