Narcissistic Abuse Recovery: Overcoming Inferiority and Taking Back Your Power (Video)

Written by Angela Atkinson

If you’re dealing with a narcissist, or you’ve dealt with one before in a relationship, chances are that you’re struggling with something really personal – your self-esteem, self-worth and general perception of your own value as a person.

You might even be suffering from a bit of an inferiority complex.

But starting today, that’s over. You’re about to learn what to do to stop feeling like a victim and start acting like someone who deserves to be happy – because, my friend, you do. You are a SURVIVOR and I’m going to help you become a thriver!

How does one develop an inferiority complex? What’s the solution?

Creating an inferiority complex requires a lot of effort. It’s not easy to take a couple of perceived shortcomings and convince yourself that you’re totally incapable and ineffective. But even though it might take effort and energy to develop an inferiority complex, as humans, we’re quite capable of limiting ourselves in this way.

The good news is that you can reverse this process! But how? How do you overcome such an ingrained tendency to put yourself down?

Take Back Your Power! Letting Go of Inferiority Issues
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Try these strategies to conquer your inferiority complex and feel your confidence soar.

1. Avoid generalizations.
2. Inferiority complexes arise from wanting to be like someone else.
3. Be realistic.
4. Consider what you need to stop feeling inferior.
5. Have a friend list your best qualities.
6. Control your self-talk.
7. Focus on your victories.
8. Realize that others aren’t focusing on your shortcomings.

So, when you’ve finished watching the video, let me know what you think! Share your thoughts and experiences in the comments section below. Let’s discuss it.

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