Do you experience any of these?

The inner voice that criticizes your appearance and performance.

Anxiety that freezes your mind in high-performance situations.

The urge to eat or drink, watch excessive TV, or extended use of social media.

Jealous or possessive feeling toward others.

Worries that flash worst-case scenarios in your mind about the future.

A voice that tells you that you are not working hard enough and will not let you relax.

Fear that keeps you from taking social risks and inhibits your liveliness.

The urge to care for everyone and neglect yourself.

The anger that surges forth when you feel hurt by someone.

Loneliness that comes up when you are not distracted or with people.

Competitiveness that makes you feel bad when you learn that others are doing better than you.

The need to be in control of everything or everyone.

The happy or “together” mask that you hide behind.

The perfectionist inside you that cannot allow any mistakes or blemishes.

A sense of hopelessness that makes small tasks seem overwhelming.

Dissatisfaction with your place in life and your achievements.

“When we are no longer able to change a situation, we are challenged to change ourselves.”

– Viktor E. Frankl