This post Increase your self-esteem by talking back to your inner critic continues on the theme how to increase your self-esteem and feel better during this crisis.
This post continues with how you can diminish your inner critic.
Increase your self-esteem by talking back to your inner critic
You can reduce the negative effects of a stern internal critic by talking back to it. This is something seemingly simple. It is one of the most important things you can learn in life since it directly affects your mental well-being.
The last post’s exercise was to formulate self-supporting answers to the nonsuppurative statements that your inner critic is saying to your looks.
These answers should go against what your inner critic says about your appearance.
They should be as supportive as you are when you are encouraging a friend or a child. It does not matter if you believe it or not right away as long as it is credible enough to at least apply to someone close to you:
That is not true – I am beautiful as I am.
Stop – I focus on what I can influence.
That is not important – I take care of what I have gotten in life, my beautiful X and Y.
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