I probably am, I've been this way since I turned 18. I've felt this way ever since I've known I'm a legal adult now.I write down my feelings sometimes, I should probably do it more often.
I don't think that's the problem when I think about it...
Then you probably have an overinflated sense of self and suffer anxiety when reality doesn't meet your expectations.
Yeah, that sounds more accurate...
Mistakes and failure offer the greatest opportunities to improve and learn.You're introspective enough to question why you feel or act the way you do. I think you will do just fine.
It bothers me how accurate this sounds.
My dad was raised by a single mother and he starved, beaten and tortured me and my mother was as well and she left when I was two. I got your back, fam. Spread the word.
I'm Forgotten FuRyan on YouTube and I take requests, fyi.
Subscribed, I watched one of your videos about 30 minutes ago. I'm sorry about your loss, may he rest in peace.I don't have a particular request right at this moment, but I'll probably get back at you with one later.
It's all good. The main thing is to help other men. Men in your particular race have a 70% single mother rate and if one controls for single mothers the suicide and crime rates are the same for all races.
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It's annoying, because I really worked hard to get rid of anxiety and I succeeded.Now its back, but in a different form...
It seems like you're worried about what people will think about your mistakes in those situations. Like being embarrassed.
No, no it's not thatttt
After speaking with another user here, I realized it's because to my stupid high expectations.
Oh, I see. That makes sense. So I'm guessing you're a perfectionist.
Kinda...Maybe tottally.I've always been able to find a balance by always being satisfied with my best no matter if I fail or succeed.Now with everything that's happening in my life the need for me to be perfect about everything is taking over my mindset.I think it's because of college, or maybe the fact that I'm an adult now.
Being able to be satisfied by knowing you're doing your best is always a good thing!