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Mind Games: How To Silence Your Inner Critic

Stop negative self-talk and improve your self-esteem.

Mind Games: How To Silence Your Inner Critic
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We all have an ‘inner critic’ who second-guesses our choices, and lobs insults about our perceived shortcomings.

The good news is the more we recognise this internal enemy, the easier it will be to shut him or her up, so we can be our best selves.

To become more aware of your negative thoughts or critical inner voice, follow these steps.

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Pay attention next time a bad mood hits
Pay attention next time a bad mood hits
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Ask yourself what you were thinking about yourself at the time your mood shifted. 



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