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Imposter syndrome is extreme self-doubt that makes you feel like a fraud. You feel like your achievements are nothing and question whether you deserve that accolade. In this video, I discuss some relational techniques to tackle this. In my upcoming videos, I will talk about other ways to battle it.

Imposter syndrome is very common and very high achieving people have this. E.g. David Bowe, Serena Williams, Tom Hanks, Lady Gaga, Ema Watson, etc. It is very difficult to get out of self-doubt when your beliefs are chaining you down and you are surrounded by people with whom you can’t be yourself. But there’s hope.

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Why do negative patterns repeat in your life?

There was a time in the past when I often wondered why I attract the same kind of negative circumstances in my life. It’s as if I noticed a pattern repeating itself and I felt frustrated, angry, and helpless because I didn’t know how to change it. For you, it could look like changing a job only to find the same kind of nonsense repeating in the new job you joined. Or it could look like you are getting attracted to the same type of romantic partner who leaves you feeling broken.

The best part is you don’t have to go through what I did without knowing how to stop it. Here’s the link to the free podcast where I share how to replace a negative belief responsible for the repeating patterns with a positive one: https://abetterliving.co/how-to-stop-feeling-upset/

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How to improve a relationship with someone you hate | A Better Living

I disliked a lot of people in my life until I realised that it is not always their nature that annoyed me. But that they triggered some of my negative core beliefs that caused me stress. And out of stress I would react negatively towards them. And the relationship would go downhill from there.

But then I learned to not fall into this trap. In this video, I show a way how you can improve your relationships with people who annoy you.


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