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10 Signs You're Getting in Your Own Way

Sunday, November 08, 2015

10 Signs You're Getting in Your Own Way By Natasha Burton
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Overview: At some point in our lives, we all feel a bit stuck, whether it’s in a relationship that doesn’t make us happy, at a job that doesn’t quite suit us or with a goal that always feels just out of reach. For whatever reason, we’re unable to make a change -- or find true fulfillment -- in some area of life. Yet sometimes the answer to these kinds of problems lies within: Whether you realize it or not, you may actually be what’s making you feel stagnant by unknowingly engaging in self-sabotaging behaviors. Here are 10 ways you may be actually getting in your own way and holding yourself back in the process.












What Do YOU Think?

Do any of these apply to you? What have you found useful to end self-sabotaging behavior?

As for me, some of these were eye openers and I like had a ah-ha type of moment on several of them. Let me know what you think.

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  • LIVINGLOVINLIFE
    Thank you for posting this. Made me think and look into me, my life my behaviors. Always a good thing. Yes I see myself in some of these. I wish I was stronger, more consistent, did not procrastinate and big one I have a great need to be accepted and fit in. But at the same time these are not constants, I am not that way all the time. Do these traits get in my way of reaching goals? Well ya! they do. But they are part of me. I am on a journey to change to a healthier happier better me!
    1353 days ago
  • AZMOMXTWO
    great blog all of it thank you very much
    1353 days ago
  • RHIO3TRE
    Great post and thanks for sharing! I see myself in some of these! This is a reminder to re-set our thought process and be more positive; and less rigid!
    1353 days ago
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