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How To Stop Feeling Like Sh*t By Andrea Owen

If you – like me – are continuously exploring the path of self-improvement, I recommend reading ‘How to stop feeling like sh*t by Andrea Owen. In the book, she emphasizes that self-improvement starts with self-awareness and the ability to transform your habits.

Therefore, she walks the reader through 14 self-destructive habits we need to break to snap out of autopilot, feel empowered, and live more fulfilling lives. Written in inclusive and straight-to-the-point language, the book mainly targets a female audience. However, I would argue that everyone can benefit from her sound advice, irrespective of gender, race, or religion!

The 14 self-destructive habits are as follows:

  1. Your Inner Critic
  2. Isolation and Hiding
  3. Numbing
  4. Comparison
  5. Self-Sabotage
  6. Imposter Syndrome
  7. People Pleasing
  8. Perfectionism
  9. Being “strong”
  10. Control
  11. Catastrophizing
  12. Blame
  13. Cynicism
  14. Overachieving

We hope you will enjoy this video, where we will walk you through the highlights of each habit.

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