What to Do When Anxiety Says You're a Failure
Thursday, September 29 2016 Tanya J. Peterson, MS, NCC
Anxiety loves to tell me I'm a failure. Have you ever felt a nagging feeling that you're simply not good enough no matter how hard you try or what you do? Do you ever compare yourself to others and feel like you come up short? Anxiety says you're a failure. It speaks through a critical little jerk lodged in your head telling you that whatever you're doing is wrong or terrible. It makes you overthink everything and gives you a running commentary while you're in the middle of doing something and long after you've finished. Why does anxiety say you're a failure, and what can you do about it?