Self-Sabotage: Why You Do It and How to Stop for Good
Self-sabotage can be defined as the action through which you undermine your worth and goals. Even though you want something, you do actions that are contrary to achieving your target. There are mainly two types of self-sabotaging behaviors, as follows:
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Self-sabotage can appear in our lives under many shapes:
Studies revealed two main causes of self-sabotage:
In order to stop the self-sabotage, have a look at the below four steps:
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Self-sabotage is when we want something, but somehow we never accomplish it, because somewhere deep in our subconscious we’re fighting against that goal:
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