6 Weeks Solution for Positive Habits and Stop Self Sabotage
Negative self-talk is a common habit. It's the voice in your head that says things like "you're not good enough" or "you'll never be able to do that." It can take many forms, but it often goes unnoticed because we've learned to live with it and the resulting stress, anxiety, frustration, and self-doubt. But negative self-talk is created by saboteurs and It's simply a pattern you can break. In this article, we'll show you how to discover your saboteurs and how one 6-week app-guided program can stop your inner critic— increase self-command and flip your positivity quotient to positive thoughts instead!
Understand how negative self-talk is created.
Negative self-talk is an automated pattern in your brain caused by your survival brain pathways.
These saboteurs create negative emotions in your everyday life, self-doubt, restlessness, unhappiness, and limit your overall potential. Trust me, you did not do anything to make your brain work the way it does and you no longer have to beat yourself up because you are not at your ideal weight, make mistakes, avoid conflicts, fail at relationships, get distracted, and sleep poorly.
Once you realize that the neural pathways in your brain need a swift kick in the pants, you are well on your way to a happy positive life of achieving goals and ambitions. Although the misconception is that people choose to be negative, science tells us that it is just a well-worn neural pathway, and we do not CHOOSE to be negative regarding the world around us. If you decide to do nothing to change this pattern, this kind of thinking becomes destructive to relationships, performance, and wellness.
Identify your negative self-talk.
What is negative self-talk? It is simply The Judge!
The Judge is the universal character that sabotages all of us. The Judge lies to us by telling us we are not good enough, not smart enough, not dedicated enough, and so on. The Judge controls us by letting us live in a constant state of fear, anger, and pain. The Judge impacts your confidence and ability to achieve your goals and find lasting happiness.
How do you know if you are engaging in negative self-talk? Take the PQ Assessment and find out what percentage of the time your brain is working against you.
These are possible side effects of your judge:
You have a hard time forgiving yourself and are critical of yourself and others
You have a hard time sleeping or wake up in the middle of the night worrying.
You automatically assume the worst about yourself and others.
You are hypervigilant about what might go wrong in the future
You can not forgive yourself from the past and run conversations over in your head.
Stop the cycle of negative self-talk using self-command.
The habit of negative emotions and suffering is difficult to break, but it's important you do so. Negative self-talk can be defined as any thought or statement that results in a feeling of negativity. Examples include:
“I'm always late.”
“I'm so stupid."
"I'll never lose weight."
In addition to being harmful to your mental health and well-being, these thoughts are also not true! Negative self-thinking has been shown to lead to depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, and even cognitive difficulties such as memory loss (1). This means that if you're experiencing negative feelings because of something you've just said or thought about yourself—it's time for action!
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You can retrain your brain to stop criticizing yourself
Negative self-talk is a habit that can be . Once you realize that negative self-talk is not an inherent flaw in your character but rather a conditioned response to specific cues, you'll be able to stop keeping your hand on the hot stove.
Negative self-talk comes about when we are subconsciously trying to protect ourselves from future harm by using our survival brain. If we anticipate criticism from others (or even from ourselves), it can trigger feelings of anxiety or shame, which is placing your hand on the stove—in this case, you can choose to pull your hand away or keep your hand on the stove.
This means that if I'm expecting my boss will be angry at me or criticize me at work today because she already did so yesterday, then I might react defensively when confronted by her; my judge and saboteurs react by telling me it is justified as an appropriate response given her alleged behavior towards me previously today already! This makes sense if she was mean yesterday—but what happens when she wasn't? In our attempt to control our lives, we create imagined scenarios that can become very powerful if they're reinforced over time through regular practice."
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Take the Saboteur assessment today, and let me help you find your mental fitness muscles!
What is possible is wellness, productivity, energy, and lasting relationships—courtesy of Positive Intelligence, 2022, and the research of New York Times Bestselling Author Shirzad Chamaine.
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