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When you always blame yourself for not coping

Do you blame yourself for struggling to cope?

You see yourself as a failure for not being the person you want to be. Because this is not the life you want to live.

But did you know that blaming yourself naturally sabotages your ability to cope?

In fact, it has a biological impact on your brain and limits your ability to experience happiness or joy.

Your brain has an emotional part that gets fired up whenever you get emotional. And the more it gets fired up the more it blocks your ability to think rationally. And when you tell yourself off for not coping you naturally trigger this part of your brain. And the more intense this gets the more it strangles your brain.

The result...

You temporarily lose your ability to think clearly and rationally.

And this makes you struggle to cope even more. It's a vicious cycle.

So if you feel anxious...

Telling yourself off is bound to make you more anxious.

And if you feel depressed and suicidal...

Getting frustrated with yourself will convince you that dying is the best solution.

So I would like to challenge you today to be kind to yourself for not coping.

Yes, it takes a lot of dedication to treat yourself with compassion. However, it is not impossible it just takes repeated effort.

And if you can stick with it, this will enable you to find your strongest self.

Warm wishes

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Written by Adewale Ademuyiwa



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If you'd like to succeed at learning how to cope emotionally without wasting years making mistakes because of trial and error, then come join us.



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