Do away with those negative feelings to be the best version of yourself.
Sometimes, we just don’t feel like we're good enough, so we undermine our accomplishments and doubt our goals. If we allow these feelings to take hold, we can end up preventing ourselves from becoming the people we want to be and sabotaging our relationships.
To overcome your inner critic, clinical psychologist Lisa Firestone advises that you need to acknowledge that this thought process is based on destructive early life experiences. They don’t reflect your present reality, so focus on thinking about who you want to be and what you want to achieve instead. The less you feed that internal enemy, the weaker it becomes.
“I want to be as natural as can be. And I want to break it down for young women so they understand that you’re not just ‘born’ like this.” - Chloë Moretz.
Go on a holiday the way this Game of Thrones star did to rejuvenate the spirit.
Maisie Williams @maisie_williams.