5 Ways to Confront and Silence Your Inner Critic

5 Ways to Confront and Silence Your Inner Critic

5 Ways to Confront and Silence Your Inner Critic

Tell the pessimistic jury that presides inside your head to just stop talking

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5 Ways to Confront and Silence Your Inner Critic

When was the last time you heard yourself using berating language or statements? You know the type of thing: “You’ll not good enough”, “You can’t do this”, or “Your nose is too big”. Here’s 5 ways that you can confront and silence your inner critic.

 

“Pay no attention to what the critics say. A statue has never been erected in honor of a critic!” Jean Sibelius

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Kevin O'Hara

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5 Comments

  • Stephen

    Reply Reply April 17, 2016

    Hi Kevin,
    A good video about limiting the effects of the inner wicked voice and good to be back on the trails with you after my time with your Udemy Course. I must say that I enjoy your walking videos better!

    I am now into my 4th month and almost all the cravings have gone and I am even sleeping through the night. I am very much aware of ‘gossip’ in conversations with my work colleagues and I now am finding the negative energy contained in gossip very offensive and difficult to live with.
    I often find that my mind is connecting every day experiences and perceptions with memories of circumstances and events where I have let people down or not behaved as well, as I would have liked to have behaved. My inner devil’s voice often uses these memories to remind me of my failures and inadequacies and I am aware that Ithis type of self-criticism has lead me to the use of alcohol as tool to stop this voice from making me depressed.
    Being selective about the people that I connect with is important for me at this time. I am to make a visit to my home town in UK and have a long weekend off from my work in Denmark. I will be meeting up with old friends and family and this will be a test of my resolve to learn how to socialise without alcohol. A good video and I look forward to watching it again.

    • Kevin O'Hara

      Reply Reply April 19, 2016

      Hey Stephen,
      Glad you enjoyed the video. A lot of people like the walking videos, I can’t consistently replicate good quality audio or sound with them so I don’t think they’d get past the udemy standards crew. Maybe I’m selling the wrong thing? lol. take care, Kevin

  • Nicky

    Reply Reply April 20, 2016

    Hi Kevin
    Good video with some good advice – I’m new to this – having tried and failed many times I am just 2 weeks in and have found your website and videos really inspiring. Today esp as I’m due to go to a function on Sunday and the tips to shut up my inner voice are well needed!! Thank u
    Nicky

    • Kevin O'Hara

      Reply Reply April 21, 2016

      No worries Nicky 🙂

  • Teresa

    Reply Reply April 20, 2016

    Really loved this video, made me laugh. Thanks for some more good advice. Looking forward to seeing more .

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