Behavior is said to be self-sabotaging when it creates problems in daily life and interferes with long-standing goals.
There are many reasons why a person might act in a way that proves damaging to his or her own well-being.
Some individuals, of course, spend much of their lives struggling with powerful cravings for food, drink, gambling, or other temptations that come at a painful cost to their health or relationships. But the forces that lead to self-sabotage can also be more subtle, such as an accumulation of dysfunctional and distorted beliefs that lead people to underestimate their capabilities, suppress their feelings, or lash out at those around them.
It can be a form of fear trying to stop you from succeeding in your goals. Stop that inner negative voice that is talking you out of being the greatest version of yourself. You are destine for greatness so never allow your fears to control your destiny.
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