Identifying your own fears is the first important step to deprive them of their power.
What fears interfere with your relationships?
What thoughts seem to prevent you from living the life you want?
How is your way of thinking and acting self-destructive?
Very often, our way of perceiving ourselves and getting in touch with the people around us is strongly influenced by fears and fears that, in addition to being always present in our heads, determine our behavior.
Fear of abandonment, fear of failure, resistance to entering into intimacy, constant devaluation of one’s own person, and terror of the judgment of others represent five common difficulties that negatively affect the quality of our lives and our relationships.
Identifying your own fears is the first important step to deprive them of their power, allowing you to experience relationships, get in touch, and live performances with less anxiety.
The people around you will surely end up abandoning you, condemning you to a life of solitude and without affective bonds.
Fearing that someone in your relationship might be favored in the relationship, amicable or sentimental, may develop strong anxious reactions that will induce you to put into action excessive attachment.
Your relationships, as far as they may seem to be good, consider you inevitably destined to bankruptcy; this will lead you to trigger morbid bonds of affective dependence and control of the other, aimed at avoiding your greatest fear: abandonment.
Any partner’s behavior could be considered as an alarm bell of a potential detachment, generating anxiety from separation, anguish and mood depression.
From the earliest stages of the relationship tends to put in control strategies and excessive attachment, most likely bothering and frustrating the partner.
The consequences of this fear, as well as actually diverting the figure we fear to lose, create a strong sense of loneliness and instability, giving rise to the relationship between idyllic love and furious lusts.
The strong fear of staying alone is always pushing you towards loneliness.
Typical expressions …
“How do I choose all the wrong partners?”
“Why, in relationships, does the other seem to be less and less involved with me?”
“My relationship will sooner or later have a negative epilogue”
“I’m anxious for moments of solitude” “I have too much need of others”
“If a person really is in love, it’s normal to be very jealous.”
Discussion Of Failure
Any proof or performance will be inexorably destined to fail, confirming to yourself and others the idea of not being worthy.
A strong inferiority experience moves your behavior and perception of yourself, generating strong anxiety experiences in social relationships.
Imagine possible scenarios of bankruptcy consider it a sufficient condition for not experiencing, risking and putting into play.
This fear, closely related to the theme of self-esteem, prevents you from becoming an active part of your life, forcing you to see it flow, sad and desolate, before your eyes.
The fear of experiencing inadequacy and failure may also make it visible to you first and foremost that it is not perfect, unique and special, for which you have probably been trying to beat you forever.
“I think I do not have the qualities that matter in life.”
“Falling out would be a tragedy.”
“If I cannot do anything that’s so good it does not do it at all.”
“My life is a succession of failures and failures.”
“It’s almost always all my fault.”
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