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Why Do I Put So Much Pressure on Myself and Others?

by Kathy Collard Miller

  • 326 Want to read
  • 15 Currently reading

Published by Xulon Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Christianity,
  • Inspirational,
  • Religion,
  • Inspirational - General,
  • Religion / Inspirational

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages140
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8856432M
    ISBN 101591605059
    ISBN 109781591605058
    OCLC/WorldCa53707448

    Pressure always finds its way out. When you turn your performance into a life-or-death situation, you are adding more energy to your mind. Like a pressure cooker, there’s so much volume that it can support before it explodes. You can keep adding energy or choose to release the forces inside your mind. Nobody performs better under pressure. Sometimes I wonder why I’m so driven to do or achieve more, when I’m really happy with my life. And I hear myself coming up with excuses such as: it’s because I LOVE my work and want to help as many people as possible through what I do. it’s my way of living a life of meaning, when I’ve not had children.

      Give yourself pep-talks and pick-me-up speeches to be yourself when the pressure is high. Mix up the way you do things. In this fast-paced, dynamic world, a sense of stability within ourselves is becoming a necessity so we don’t lose our way in the process of self-discovery and self-improvement.   He means so much to me. He's my first legitimate boyfriend, and he's such a great guy. But just the idea of commitment and marriage freaks me out, yet I feel the need to fulfill it for some reason. What can I do to change my ways? I don't know why I put so much pressure on myself, but I'm really coming to my wits' end.

    So the solution is to become conscious — bring these thoughts to the forefront of your consciousness by being on the lookout for them. If you focus on these thoughts for a few days, it gets much easier with practice, and soon it’ll be hard not to notice. Stop yourself. Once you realize you’re doing these comparisons, give yourself a pause. Put Pressure On Yourself (Condition Your Mind) Before Everyone Else Does March 14th, harris Leave a comment Go to comments Throughout life you’re pressured, whether it was by your parents to get those school grades up, to party with your friends you didn’t necessarily want to hang around with, your boss constantly throwing unrealistic.


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Why Do I Put So Much Pressure on Myself and Others? by Kathy Collard Miller Download PDF EPUB FB2

The pressure we put on ourselves to be liked and loved and admired and appreciated and be seen as much pressure. I feel the weight of it crashing down on me now just by talking about it.

Imagine what that weight is doing to us as we submit ourselves to this pressure day after day, year after year. Why Do I Put So Much Pressure on Myself and Others. [Miller, Kathy Collard] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Miller, 5/5(1). Title: Why Do I Put So Much Pressure on Myself and Others.

By: Kathy Collard Miller Format: Paperback Number of Pages: Vendor: Xulon Press Publication Date: Dimensions: X X (inches) Weight: 7 ounces ISBN: ISBN Stock No: WWPages:   That’s why living in today’s social media–driven age, it’s hard not to put pressure on yourself.

Pressure to be the perfect mother, the perfect girlfriend, the perfect wife, the perfect daughter, the perfect friend, the perfect manager—whatever you’re striving to be—it’s difficult to become when you’re under so much pressure. 1. Everything you do is never good enough or holds up to the standards you put on yourself.

It makes you feel like you’re dangling a carrot above your head that you keep moving up higher and higher, because you’re being a total asshole to yourself, like, much more of an asshole than anyone would ever be to anyone else.

So instead you don’t always express yourself and your feelings. And sometimes, triggers affect us more subtly and indirectly. For example, you might feel pressure to “have it all together” because your dad was able to raise kids, work, and still have a great social life.

It's easier to focus on your task and not second-guess or hold yourself back when you feel light and relaxed. Like most problems in life this one is mostly in our minds. You can actually remove some of that pressure before it gets the best of you.

Here are a few of the things you can do to accomplish that. Don't listen too much to others. Maybe you're think they put so much pressure on you.

One feeling anyone who does their best has is this because they think they have to maintain their position. Don't be so uptight with yourself and if you think they're being uptight with you then don't let them affect you. Set yourself. Why Do I Put So Much Pressure on Myself?: Confessions of a Recovering Perfectionist Kathy Collard Miller, Author Servant Publications $ (p) ISBN Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Why Do I Put So Much Pressure on Myself and Others.

at Read honest and unbiased product I now can move forward, extend grace & understanding to him, and trust God to help me change. This book is a must-have for perfectionists and those who live with one. Thank you, Kathy, for. 28 thoughts on “ Stop Putting So Much Pressure On Yourself pour on the self compassion ” Lyndal Edwards Ma at pm.

Christine. WOW!!. Simple, powerful and perfectly beautiful. Decided to watch you BEFORE diving into today’s (very long) to do list. You feel so pressed down sometimes, by all the unresolved questions, by all the information you are supposed to process and hold, by the urgency of things. You are overcome by powerful emotions, trying to make it all "work out" somehow, trying to get everything done "on time," trying to resolve things so fast, even trying not to try at all.

“But she puts so much pressure on herself. (that “You don’t need to put so much pressure on yourself” statement), it has the opposite effect. a parent may say “kindness to others. We can sometimes fail to see how we, often unconsciously, put pressure on ourselves to reach certain standards defined by those we are closest to.

Those who, despite their best intentions, might themselves be caught-up in the same web of conditioning. I need time off & well if its a choice between what I earn a living from & what I do as a hobby, I have to choose my job.

I can’t keep putting myself under so much pressure when this is something that I chose to do for fun. Let’s face it; yes one day I would love to say blogging is my full time job & I need to work hard to get there but I. Hi Christine. Thank you so much for this message.

It made such a difference to me this morning. I had a relatively free morning and started mentally filling it up thinking of all the different things i could do and should do.

I was putting so much pressure on myself with unnecessary deadlines. I started to feel overwhelmed and bad about myself. Do you ever put so much pressure on yourself that it makes it hard to enjoy what you’re doing.

Do you ever put unfair pressure on yourself because you can’t say “no” to people. Is that good. How could you change that. Several of the kids in the video complained that their parents compare them to other kids.

Does that ever. Don't put pressure on yourself to change overnight, and be compassionate with yourself. Trust that if you set the goal of being more real, via. So I learnt the hard way that putting myself under so much pressure wasn’t the answer. I don’t believe that mindless busyness and stress are acceptable parts of motherhood.

They are indeed ‘normal’ – in that so many of us experience them. One of the negatives about being 'smart' at a young age and knowing it, is the sudden realization (once you mature a little) that you are not "all that." Entering a wider world of experience and really grasping internally that there are several t.

keep going because your a better person than all of them. even if they get all the glory, you know your the key to the success.

we need to learn to pat ourselves on the back for suiting up and showing out under pressure and not have that need for.Your state may have opened up, but not because it was or is safe to do name is Cristina, I'm 20 years old, and I'm telling you that young people can and are being affected by COVID Be smart.

Be considerate of others, your loved ones, and yourselves.Pressure From Others. Kids. Significant others. Our parents. Pressure can come from many different places. As a mom, you probably already place a significant amount of pressure on yourself so when you add on the expectations and pressure from others, it’s easy to get overwhelmed.