Do you experience any of these?

  • The inner voice that criticizes your appearance and performance.
  • Anxiety that freezes your mind in high-performance situations.
  • The urge to eat or drink, watch excessive TV, or extended use of social
  • Jealous or possessive feeling toward others.
  • Worries that flash worst-case scenarios in your mind about the future.
  • A voice that tells you that you are not working hard enough and will not
    let you relax.
  • Fear that keeps you from taking social risks and inhibits your liveliness.
  • The urge to care for everyone and neglect yourself.
  • The anger that surges forth when you feel hurt by someone.
  • Loneliness that comes up when you are not distracted or with people.
  • Competitiveness that makes you feel bad when you learn that others are
    doing better than you.
  • The need to be in control of everything or everyone.
  • The happy or “together” mask that you hide behind.
  • The perfectionist inside you that cannot allow any mistakes or blemishes.
  • A sense of hopelessness that makes small tasks seem overwhelming.
  • Dissatisfaction with your place in life and your achievements.
kim watson psychotherapy
“When we are no longer able to change a situation, we are challenged to change ourselves.”

quote by Viktor E. Frankl